@cyman777 Excellent find!
With the more recent software revisions S-Note can sync to Evernote by the way. Since I don't have an Evernote account, I cannot say if notes get converted to an image as (reportedly) the case when syncing to Google or if they get synced in their native format.
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Originally Posted by Ryland Johnson
It is clear that this phone has an awful lot more artificial intelligence than some of its owners.
A stupid bug in S Memo deleted all my existing memos!!
To replicate this:
1. create two folders, say "folder1" and "folder2", and create a couple memo pages in each of these folders.
2. in root directory (i.e. "S Memo"), create a pile, say "pile1"
3. use Move function to move all pages in "pile1" into the folder "folder1". now only folders and an empty pile in root directory (but no memo in root directory).
4. at root directory long-press "pile1" to delete this empty pile
5. confirm at the message "The pile will be deleted"
6. all my existing memos, including those moved pages inside "folder1" and any other folders (including those protected with PIN) are now gone!!!
this bug (#6 above) happens when there are only folders but no memo directly in the root directory.
written by a furious GNote user.
Though I have surprisingly lost all my notes TWICE as well, i tried to replicate the process as you described but all the folders & the files inside are still existing this time! Nothing has been deleted after deleting the last empty pile & while making sure there are no individual notes on the root! So i think this bug does exist, but may have nothing to do with single notes on root or not! Please advice if you have found an explanation or a solution to this serious problem!
It just happened to me. 100 sketches and notes, neatly organised in piles, all gone. I am an architect so I sketch not just for fun. I have filled many physical sketchbooks over many years until last fall when my dream gadget was introduced by samsung, with S-Memo being the one killer application that tells the whole story of the device.
So the Note is a device that you can draw on with a pen and every now and then it deletes everything you drew.
I just posted a similar sync alternative in one of my threads a few days ago, which can be used for S-MEMO as well:
This is my workaround for *in this case* S-Memo:
- A Dropbox account
- A Dropbox sync app like Dropsync (link)
Sadly S-Memo seems not to store the drawings in an easy to find folder (please tell me if i´m wrong!), Note Everthing makes it easier here...it places a folder on your SD Card, which contains every single note you take (JPEGs, textfiles, Soundfiles etc.).
What I´m doing is the following: Every here and then, I´m exporting my sketches in PDF converted files (just hit the menu button in the "root directory" of s-memo and you´ll see what I mean). Now all your sketches will be saved automatically to your s-memo folder on the internal SD card. And here the content of my thread again:
I´m autosyncing this folder to my Dropbox via Dropsync...and voila, here we are, I´m happy!
Of course, there is GDocs as well (and it works well)...but I like it more to have my sketches on my desktop when I´m at home without having to visit the browser and download my stuff again.
HTC has been quite good about releasing expedient Android system … more
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