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Hello, everyone! I hope you all are benefiting from Evernote as much as I have been. But perhaps someone could help me with a problem I ran into. My tablet (a Galaxy Tab GT-P1000L) crashed and restarted itself when I was moving Evernote folder from my tablet internal memory to an external expansion card. Once my tablet was on again, I updated Evernote, and found out that most of my data was lost (I'm assuming not because of the update, but because my tablet crashed when moving the files). Fortunately I have most of it backed up, except for two months of information (why I wasn't able to backup two months of notes? that's another story). Looking through the Evernote folder I found a couple of files with .db and .enml extensions that may have what I want. At least when opening the .db file with Notepad (in my laptop) I can see among many unrecognizable characters some fragments of my last notes. This gives me some hope. So you know, my phone didn't open these files. After the update it showed no data, zero notes, instead it started to download the notes from the cloud. I know .enml are Android files so Evernote desktop won't open them either (I tried), Evernote desktop only imports .enex files and Microsoft OneNote notes. So my question: Is there any way I can import or open those files again? If not, is there another software that would let me at least read them? I tried several keywords in the forum and read several posts, but no luck. Some talk about a .enml editor (enml-editor.ping13.net), but you can't edit those files with that editor unless they are accessed by Evernote (which that's the problem I have), and someone even suggested changing the file extensions from .enml to .enex, that won't do it. I would appreciate any ideas and suggestions. Have a good day! JRosas