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Flock of meese

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  1. I blocked it specifically to prevent notes from leaking into networks. Thank you for help, Matt. As it happens, I found the notes in /data/data/com.evernote/files/user-#########/notes. They are saved in HTML, there are also saved drafts and previously deleted notes, which is pretty scary. I’ll have to take a look and see how to put those back in so they will be accessible, and come up with a good solution to purge the deleted notes so that they do not linger in the file system. I wonder if /data/data/com.evernote/databases/ will come in handy with that. I know I’ll want to somehow prevent analytics, but evernote_jobs looks promising. Also will need to stash away current version’s installer and executables somewhere in case future versions start coming with built-in AES encryption and keys served from the remote server.
  2. I have Evernote on my phone. Blocked off from internet by a firewall so that notes do not sync into the clouds. Now I decided to back up the notes, so I looked for a .exb file. To do that I used the following commands: C:\Users\User> adb shell shell@MyPhone:/ $ su su root@myPhone:/ # ls -R | grep -i '\.exb$' ls -R | grep -e -i '\.exb$' root@myPhone:/ # ls -R | grep -i -e *.exb ls -R | grep -e -i *.exb Neither command finds any files. I can find other file types, but not this one. Where can I find the notes on my Android phone and back them up?
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