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  1. I broke the screen on my Samsung S4 and replaced it with a new S4. I downloaded Evernote and logged in to my account but couldn't find a way to restore my notes. I checked my PC and it too had the new version of Evernote and assumed I was a first timer. It didn't have any of my notes. I couldn't find any data files on the PC that looked like Evernote data either. I can access my old phone by plugging it into my PC. Using Windows Explorer, I found my notes there under /com.evernote/files/user-####/notes. Is there some way to retrieve these?
  2. Hello, I had to reinstall MAC OS after it crushed, unfortunately I was unable to export anything from Evernote. I was able to backup my old Library though. So here is what I have: - library/application support/accounts/evernote directory - library/coredata/com.evernote.Evernote/bunch of numbers and letters/ENNote/_records I have many other folders so maybe I am missing something. Now how can I recover the local notebooks from the Library backup? There should be a way I guess. Thanks, Bjorn
  3. HELP HELP HELP. I may have accidentally deleted a note, i have looked in the trash but its not there , i tried restarting my phone . nothing !!!! I started the note on my phone. and it was supposedly synced to my other devices, my other device is a mac but i cant get a hold of it right now.. I really need the note back ! what do i do ??
  4. Need Help. I just realised that one of my Local Notebook with many Notes has gotten deleted. Somehow I can't figure how. I haven't deleted it either. I backup my Data onto Time machine frequently. Could someone help me on how to restore the Evernote to an old back up. I tried the restore option and copied the data from back up and tried to open it. It still opens my latest synced data only. Can someone help me to how to search for the data files in the Backup folders.
  5. I have just subscribed to Crashplan, and if it is true that you can request a restore at any time backwards (from the service started of course) and get a backup from that moment, this is really great. But I do not really understand how this can be possible as Evernotes exb file in the database folder is being updated many times every day. My exb file is currently 4.6 GB and growing, and this would mean that every day this file would upload for example 20 time meaning an upload of 92 GB. Such amounts of data cannot be offered at that price, considering that it should be a time machine !? Anyone has a deeper knowledge about how this works? the only explanation I could see is if Crashplan can make incremental backups of only changes in such large files.
  6. Hello This is my first post to the forum. On my iPod Touch, I accidentally deleted an article. I found it in the Trash folder, but according to Evernote support, all I need to do is: "If you think you may have accidentally deleted a note and would like to "undelete" the note, follow these steps: In your Evernote client, browse to the bottom of the Notebooks list and you'll see the Trash Locate the note you'd like to restore and click "Restore Note". Note that this will place the note back in the notebook in which it resided before being deleted." The problem is that there is no "Restore Note" button in the iOS app. How do I restore an item from Trash to a folder in the iOS app? Thanks!
  7. I am planning to do a clean installation of mavericks on my macbook and i want some advice on how best to restore my evernote database in the new installation. I realise the sync notes will restore automatically but i have as many notes that are in a local folders ie never synced. I need the database to come back exactly as it is - all tags etc etc etc. To lose all that would be ....... Bad. Any advice would be appreciated and any other things i should been in mind. Thanks.
  8. I’m about to restore my main office machine from an image backup that’s a month old. I assume EN should be fine and will just sync as appropriate (and then I can update the version of needed). Correct? And EN on my other machine is irrelevant, of course. Correct? Thanks. Jay
  9. I had to restore my ipad yesterday. I lost 95% of my notes on the iPad. I can still get to them on the PC app, and via the website. But, they're not on my ipad. How can I get them back? Sync does nothing. Thanks.
  10. I am a newbie to this forum, in fact I just signed up today to post this message. However, this doesn't mean I am new to Evernote per se, since, I have been using it since it's conception and absolutely love it. It is a life saver, particularly for myself, whom works as a freelancer. I will spare any further personal introduction, since it's not pertinent to the topic at hand. So, in July of this year, I decided to do a backup of all my notes (saved as one large (4 GB) .enex file). I had roughly 4,000~ notes at that point. However, I made a rather erroneous choice due to a case of overwhelm and have since learnt that my decision was reactive and misinformed. To cut a long story short, I was using Evernote to manage about twenty different projects (although this wasn't intentional, I didn't think Evernote was wise for this purpose, but, it gradually just happened, since I use Evernote hours each day), as well as using it to store almost every other detail in my life, that one can imagine.. sans, anything that could have long term consequences if there was a security breach such as bank account details, passwords etc. (I know I could encrypt those, but, still haven't felt completely at ease with that just yet). Needless to say, one day I realized it was hard to focus on any one project at one time, so, I made a choice to back everything up (using the rather poor choice of .enex instead of doing a direct database copy or using .exb - the latter two I have since learnt about after researching this very topic in the past week) and then proceeded to delete a lot of notebooks which whilst they contained perhaps useful notes, I didn't really need for the next five projects. This was all with the understanding that I could simply restore those from the .enex file at a later date. This exercise was more for my own clarity and to prevent any latent ADHD from disturbing my productivity. (Side note: I have now made the wise choice to migrate the projects to a proper project management tool and am happy with this decision!). So, fast forward to now, essentially I now have 2800 notes within Evernote, I'd say about 800 of which were created since the aforementioned deletion, and now I'd essentially like to use Evernote for the purpose I feel it's best suited for -- to collate and store a vast searchable collection of notes. So, this comes to question time... My question is.. I'd like to restore my old notes database (the one created in July with 4,000 notes), but, will this eradicate or delete any notes since that period? To clarify further, the way I figured I'd have to do this is to delete the database on one of my machine's (whilst disconnected from Internet) and then import the .enex file and then sync it. However, my concern is that this would cause Evernote servers to abandon my other notes or would they simply still sync since one of my other machines has a copy of the latest notes? I am not familiar with exactly how the synchronisation process works and what will happen. Therefore, if this method has the potentiality for me to lose my new notes (the ones created since July), does anyone recommend a more effective and safe solution for restoration? Summary: I want my old backed up notes and the notes created since then to be merged into one Evernote database (and naturally subsequently synced across all devices - Three windows, Two iMacs, iPad, Android phone and iPhone. I appreciate your time in reading a long introduction to the issue.. just figured since I'm a newbie to the forums, I should provide more information. And if anyone has any suggestions, I'm certainly open to them. Many thanks! Rich
  11. Does anyone know how to restore the notebook that a note was assigned to? I have a 1.5yr old daughter who somehow managed to put all of my notes into a single notebook. I have 1000s of notes that were across many notebooks and I've lost all this. I'm trying to figure out how to restore my previous notebooks. Unfortunately the computer that I was using synced to the Endnote servers before I realized what had happened. I'm hoping there is a way to restore a previous version of my entire Evernote library. Any thoughts? Thank you
  12. I downloaded evernote update and was changing the folders for the install. Now somehow all my data is mostly gone! 1.5 years of work. I do have a local backup of Mozy I believe of the local database. Not sure how to restore it?
  13. Hello everyone, I've been trying to solve this problem myself unsuccessfully so i'd appreciate any help very much! I restored my mac osx 10.6.8 entirely and i've been told at the genius bar, that by using time machine (as I do) I should be able to restore all my data. So far so good. But now that I need to use evernote (you do not quiet realise how much stuff you have to reinstall/ setup again until you do...) I am facing a problem. In the EN export/ import directory it says that either backing up using TM or exporting notes into an archive would do. As I was not aware that i would have to do any of this so safe my data I was glad I am actually used to using TM. So I got the data folder from ~users/library... and c+p it into the current evernote folder. Actually following the steps in the manual I now have to open EN to archive those notebooks I just c+p. Seeing the flaw in there? It might work if I archive the notebooks before c+p them but this way they either do not show up at all or evernote keeps crashing when trying to open it up. So are my notebooks lost or is there another/ a way of restoring my notebooks? P.S. I never signed in with EN when opening the application, so there is no chance of an online version of my notebooks. To clear things up: I have never exported my notebooks into an archive, I only have my time machine ~users/library/application support/evernote/data (.enml files) Sorry for my limited english, it is not my first language
  14. my content of a note just vanished!!! were is the restore function or return to version x function? its just disappeared! it was a whole text i wrote own my damn android - all gone. now sync on every machine and gone. sucks!!!
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