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  1. Just recently downsized to a 32Gb notebook (I know, should have gone for 64Gb) and storage is at a premium. Is it possible to move Evernote to my SD card? It always insists on loading onto my C/ drive.
  2. I have an Android phone (Moto X Play) with adoptable storage on. Despite the fact that adoptable storage is supposed to be transparent (which is far from true, but this is a story for Google), Evernote appeared to use the internal device storage rather than the SD card in the android app details. Presumably because it was installed before activating adoptable storage. In an attempt to free up some device storage, I moved the Evernote app storage to the SD Card. Evernote started giving out random error messages saying it could not access the database location. The only way to recover was uninstalling and reinstalling the Evernote app. This time it was automatically installed on the SD Card storage. However, trying to put the action bar widget I used to have before on my home screen, now an error message says that this widget is only supported if the app is installed on the device storage. The same goes for the list widget. I have now moved back the app to internal storage, using up its space which is running out. And I hope I won't have the same database access issues again. Is there a good reason why those widgets are only available if the app is on the device storage? Isn't there a way to make them work also if the app uses SD Card storage? Many thanks!
  3. I tried searching, and am surprised I didn't find any other threads on this. I have an Acer Iconia Tab a500. For some reason, they decided to name the SD card /mnt/external_sd/ and the internal memory as /mnt/sdcard/ Stupid, I know. The problem is that everything is being stored on the internal memory, and nothing is being put onto the external card. I'd really like a way that I can go into the settings of the android app and set a path to store all my offline notebooks. Currently my external SD card is useless because of this stupid naming convention. In the future though, I can see people wanting to be able to set their paths directly for organization purposes. Is this possible already? (Didn't see it if it is.) Can it be added? Thanks!
  4. Hi, I've been using Evernote for a very long time, and can't do without it Recently, for working on the train during my commute, I bought a Linx 1010 2-in-1. It's a surprisingly capable machine, but (like all of these things), it's incredibly light on storage - 32Gb. To mitigate this, I've added a class 10 64Gb SD card extra capacity, which is serving me well in most regards, Windows 10 even allows me to install some apps to it. I thought it would be a smart move, when installing Evernote desktop , to put the database on the SD card. However, I noticed that it took a long time to sync all my notes, and now whenever I try to create a new note, I can't get more than 50 characters in without being told the app is 'Not Responding'. My best guess is that this is an SD card related issue, I've seen similar issues when attempting to download steam games to the SD card (Hey! it's not ALL work!), but before having to find 700Mb on my onboard storage, I thought I'd check here to see if anybody had encountered and solved this before... Thanks in advance for any advice.
  5. Hello, This morning i get the notification that my storage space on mobile phone is full. I been hoping, that i could store my evernotes contence on the sd card, as i would like to use my mobile phone for presentaion to clients. is this still todays reality, that evernotes use only the internal storage space on the phone? and i do not have the choice to place it on the sd card? Kind Regards Stefan
  6. My phone broke and can't read my SD card for some reason. I have notes on my SD card that aren't synced with Evernote on the internet. I don't have any other way of accessing the notes on the SD card given that I don't have any other SD card readers (as in smartphones and the like). Is there any way to extract the notes from the SD card, such as a .ENML extension reader/editor? -Kai
  7. I've seen elsewhere that we cannot store offline notes for Evernote Android on external SD cards. Is that still correct? Is this going to change? One of the main reasons I bought a 32Gb sd card for my Galaxy Note 2 was to be able to take all/most of my notes around with me. It is very annoying that this is impossible. Please fix this, Evernote. Tony.
  8. I have been an Evernote user on Android for about 5 months and yesterday I lost all of my notes. It happened after connecting my android (myTouch 4g) to my Windows XP laptop via USB cable. The laptop does not have Evernote on it. After downloading some photos from the android gallery to PC, I needed to refer to a note in Evernote. Upon starting Evernote it reported: "Evernote requires SD card. The SD card is not accessible when the phone is connected to your PC". Fair enough. However, when I disconnected the android from the laptop, then restarted Evernote I received this message dialog: "Evernote requires SD card. Preparing SD card". Upon clicking OK on that dialog Evernote exited. When I restarted Evernote all notes were gone. I now have zero notes. What the??? Is this a known bug? Is there a way to recover these notes? Thanks in advance for any help in getting my notes back.
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