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Olli

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  1. Hi StephenG,

     

    without Evernote on your Android there is no Evenote Database to communicate.

    1. Step:

    The SNote Application saves the content to your local Android Evernote Database

     

    2. Step

    This information will be synced through Evernote.

     

    But as far as I know - is EN not preinstalled on your Galaxy Note 3 (see in the rubric "Samsung Apps" in the App-Section).

     

    Kind regards,

     

    Olli


  2. Correction: The name of the App is "S Note", not "Note S" - Sorry! :-)

     

     

    Hello,

     

    this might be interesting for all Note II-Users: 

     

    I possess a Galaxy Note II and a Galaxy 10.1 2014 edition.

    The devices had different Apps, both named "Note S" ("Note S" is an App to create Notes with the S-Pen).

     

    So Notes created with the Galaxy 10.1 could'nt be read with the Note II.

    Notes created with the Note II could'nt be transferred to evernote.

     

    Until now.

     

    Today Samsung offered an update for the Galaxy Note II.

    The new App "Note S" interacts seamlessly with Evernote.

    I created some Notebooks within the  Note II and opened the Notebooks with my 10.1 and vice versa.

     

    No problems.

    This is a very good improvement to me, because I like the user-experience of the "Note S-App" and it's interaction with Evernote.

     

    Kind regards

     

    Olli

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  3. Hi,

    my solution works only for small notes:

    I have two notebooks: one contains only the original files. I'm very careful with them. These notes get exported and saved away from EN.

    In EN i have a copy for daily usage. From time to time I delete the copies and replace them with my originals.

    Sounds complicated, but works for me.

    The second way could be realized with a second EN Account (I admit, I have one for work and one for private Issues)

    Create a Notebook and invite your other account for reading only.

    So content can only be added through one account.

    Kind regards Olli


  4. Hi gazumped,

     

    thank you so much! It works!

    I've tried to configure it with the three dots on the top right of the screen - that was wrong...

     

     

    To complete the Tipp for other users:

    The click on the Evernote-Icon on the top left of the screen only works, when the Notes are in full view (that means without the list "Notebooks", "Tags", "Skitch-Notes" etc.)

     

    Kind regards,

     

    Olli

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