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  1. I think you're right, convolution aside I think that one fact (anything deleted off of my phone will also be synced in my PC evernote and appear in that trash bin) should be enough. I deleted them all off of my phone, so whatever may or may not have been synced also ended up in my trash bin. I know that I saved and exported ALL of my notes from my trash bin, therefore I should have all my notes. It got a bit odd because of how I did it with syncing and merging and deleting all in the same few minutes, but the bottom line should be that it should all still be there in my exports! Greatly reliev
  2. Ah, I see. Yes I used the merge option on all the notes that synced and then, after I exported them to an html file, I sent them to the trash folder. However, after I did, another note appeared in the trash (which was another collection of notes from my phone, presumably from the same sync, also merged together) where I also exported those to a separate html file (at this point I had also already deleted the notes off of my phone, before I even knew about the second collection of merged notes. In deleting them from my phone, that MAY have triggered their appearance in the trash bin in my evern
  3. Note count? Do you just mean how many notes I have on my Evernote PC account (I regretfully deleted those soon after I synced)? Or is there an actual note count history I could check (I've only seen my access history which only seems to record the dates and devices in which I accessed evernote)? On a sidenote, I did a little experiment and deleted a new note from my phone and then synced it on my PC evernote account. The result was that it simply moved the deleted note to my trash bin, which is where I found the second collection of my notes, already merged together without my action of d
  4. Thanks for the response! If that's the case then it's likely I have the majority of my notes! Thanks, csihilling, you just gave me a lot of hope!
  5. Oh, thanks for the link! I fear you're right but it's definitely worth a shot. Right now I'll try anything..
  6. Not even as a premium member or getting in touch with evernote then? I would imagine they would have to have residual data in my account on their servers for a while.. it's just really extremely important to me, too bad I wasn't careful enough beforehand -.- I guess I could root my phone and attempt a deleted file recovery application, however if the previous comment was true then there really won't be much in my phone memory to find as much as in the cloud itself. Oh, and did anyone know if a partial sync completely saves over the last sync or does it leave what it hasn't replaced yet in
  7. Thanks for the response. Dang.. so is there any hope in retrieving any of my potentially lost notes?
  8. So I recently updated the sync on my evernote for my PC (Windows 7) and it appeared to work. I merged them altogether, exported them to an html file and the images straight to their own folder as well (rather than manually saving them from the html file) and then I deleted them off my phone (HTC One S). However, now it looks like I might have been over-zealous in doing so because after I deleted them off my phone I then proceeded to junk them in to the trash in my evernote PC, but as I was doing so another note appeared ALSO in the trash, which appeared to be more of the notes that were syncin
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