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  1. The admin tagged me and said specifically to ping him if any questions, so I gave it a shot. I can't use the web client on Android, not supported. Using it on a desktop defeats the purpose of having a mobile app. I'm trying something else, may open a ticket. Thanks for the suggestion.
  2. Still no relief. Evernote is essentially dead on my Android. Tried pinging an admin (Shane D) per this thread but no reply yet.
  3. It may have just uninstalled the updates as it's still in my list and says “Update," but there was definitely an "uninstall" option in addition to remove updates. Different terms for same thing?
  4. I was able to uninstall following these instructions: https://9to5google.com/2021/03/22/android-apps-crashing-webview/ My wife was having problems with some of her apps and it solved her problem, but no luck for me.
  5. I uninstalled Web View and rebooted and still have the problem.
  6. Uninstalled/reinstalled the Evernote app and first couple of tests have retrieved the body of the tweet, but nothing for the title. Tweets with multiple replies only returned the main tweet. But at least I'm getting some text now. Thanks for the tip, hope I don't have to keep uninstalling/re-installing to fix this issue. Will try the other links if this breaks again.
  7. When trying to share tweets to Evernote from the Twitter app I get the following text instead: You are on Twitter Mobile because you are using an old version of Firefox. Learn more here It stores the link to the original tweet, but nothing else. It use to clip the tweet plus any replies in the thread, and the title would have the name of the alias, etc. Now I only get the text above and the title says "Twitter". I'm currently using an LG ThinQ with Android 8.0, Evernote v8.4.1 and Twitter v7.65.1 release 1062, but the problem started a few months ago on a Nexus 6P.
  8. Found a SQLite solution for people who just want to use SQL: SELECT date((date_created * 86400) - 62135683200, 'unixepoch') Got a tip from https://stackoverflow.com/questions/37479884/retrieve-date-from-evernote-date-created-timestamp-field Have to convert Evernote time to Unix time then can get Gregorian.
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