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Aliye Kurumlu

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  1. Hi DTLLow, thanks for the answer. I manage revoking the address via Devices as well. There is for each device an active link (revoke access) you can click on it. i have already tried removing app and reinstalling again. It did not help. I can not delete the database of the app because I have a lot of valuable data. Any other opinion
  2. OK here is my problem. I have a basic account and I used to have 2 devices registered in my account. I was using them without any issue simultaneously. Recently I had to change my laptop so I wanted to remove my old laptop as a device and add the new one. But I did the wrong thing and revoked the address of my new laptop. As a consequence I can start the evernote app in my new laptop but not able to do anything with it. All menu items are grey and I don't see any notebook nor a note :(. Is there a way to recover a revoked address? Because simply login to add a device does not work in this case.
  3. OK here is my problem. I have a basic account and I used to have 2 devices registered in my account. I was using them without any issue simultaneously. Recently I had to change my laptop so I wanted to remove my old laptop as a device and add the new one. But I did the wrong thing and revoked the address of my new laptop. As a consequence I can start the evernote app in my new laptop but not able to do anything with it. All menu items are grey and I don't see any notebook nor a note :(. Is there a way to recover a revoked address? Because simply login to add a device does not work in this case.
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