I'm thirding this one. Just as Wondering says, the steps to reproduce are: Open the offending note in the android app Click the pen in the green circle to enter edit mode Type something (or delete, or check a checkbox) Click DoneThe app goes into read-only mode and the new text is missing. A split second later, a message appears saying "Saving note in [Folder]." Of course, saving the note doesn't help since the changes seem to have been discarded already. I just updated my Evernote version a few minutes ago and it did not solve the problem. I have also force stopped the application to no avail. I thought the problem might be that I had the note open in a web browser on my laptop, but I have now closed out of that. A few other interesting notes: After duplicating the note, I can edit it once. After that, it reverts back to the behavior described aboveTesting on another note yields the same as the first bullet. Editing works only once.Creating a new note on my phone doesn't help either. I can create it, then edit it once.There is no improvement if I insert a manual save step before 3 and 4.The date listed under the note title in the Notebook view remains unchanged after a failed edit. I have the android app set to sync in the background on any type of network, so I generally never have to worry about manual syncing. I used to be able switch between phone and browser and have my notes stay in sync at all times. I didn't really notice that there was a Sync option until reading this forum. I don't think this is related to syncing, though. One can't sync what the app won't save.