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RLK

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  1. I appreciate your fast and detailed reply, Frank.dg. I took your advice and put my iPhone in airplane mode (at home in Canada) and then turned on WiFi. All my apps worked fine (ie. Gmail, banking, WiFi thermostat, currency converter, current weather, etc.), including Evernote. And when I was overseas all apps worked with Wifi and airplane mode on. So you might want to check on your own iPhone the validity of your statement that, "When you have your iPhone in airplane mode, you are in effect cutting off WiFi." Still, I think now that you are correct in guessing that my issue involved the Evernote app crashing when I was overseas. Perhaps the problem was caused by the rather poor WiFi connections I was forced to use in some small Central American towns. I'll have to explore that idea further. In the meantime, I'll store my important travel information in other places on my iPhone until I can trust Evernote to work properly everywhere.
  2. I put all my travel information regarding flights, hotels, passwords, etc., into Evernote before I left Canada. I checked the app and everything was working perfectly. However, when I tried to open the app on my iPhone 4 (version 7.1.2), using WiFi, while in Central America and Mexico, I could not access any files. When I touched the app icon, the green Evernote screen appeared for 3 seconds and then disappeared, leaving me looking at the regular iPhone desktop. That was a disaster because I had trusted Evernote to provide me with my travel information and did not take hard copies. When I got back to Canada, I tried the Evernote app on my iPhone and it opened as usual to reveal all my files. Can anyone tell me the cause of this problem and what I can do to prevent the same thing happening on future trips outside North America? (I had the iPhone set on airplane mode and now I'm wondering if that interferes with Evernote, despite other apps working fine with WiFi outside Canada.)
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