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alanauerbach

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  1. Jason, I meant to write, "Thank you to the Evernote team and special thanks to Jason C. who saw this through to completion." Sorry about that.
  2. There is a new update, v. 7.1.4, dated August 30, 2015. I installed this update and Evernote is working perfectly on the Lenovo Tab 2 A8-50 Android Tablet. Thank you to the Evernote team and to Jason C. who this through.
  3. Evernote added an update dated 08/21/2015 to the Google Play Store. I installed it and got a little further than I had before. It asked for my sign in information and took me to the GET STARTED screen. However, when I tapped GET STARTED, the app crashed. I have advised Evernote of the foregoing and they are continuing to work on the problem.
  4. is the current version of Evernote compatible with Android 5.0.2?
  5. I believe that Evernote is not updated for Android 5.0.2 and this really has nothing to do with the Lenovo device but a compatibility issue with the 5.0.2 version of Android.
  6. GAZUMPED note is well received. I am also running Evernote on Android 5.0.1 on my LG G3 phone. The problem is on the Lenovo Tab 2 A8-50 which is running Android 5.0.2.
  7. Thank you for advice. However, the tablet came with 5.0.2 installed.
  8. It is a month since the last post on this subject and I just purchased a new Lenovo Tab 2 A8-50 Tablet and installed Evernote today. Same experience. App starts; screen goes to black; back to the app logo on the main screen. By the way, I get the same behavior when trying to use Skype. Skype is aware of the problem and duplicated it. They claim to have resolved it just today with version 5.1 but I have seen no change. There must be something in common to the two applications causing the problem.
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