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[Q] Colornote data to pc

OP TheRev420

4th April 2014, 05:52 AM   |  #1  
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I have the colornote app on my gs3 and regularly use this for notes. It automatically saves your notes to a backup file as a .dat file. This saves to my micro sd card; I have put these files on my Win7 pc yet nothing on my pc can open and view these files. I have tried notepad, wordpad, ms word, internet browsers, etc. When it opens in notepad it is just Chinese characters. I have tried opening the files in notepad and saving as a .doc or .txt and that doesn't work. I have scoured the internet and found no answers. I could easily copy and paste to my email, but I do not want my intellectual property out there (cautious privacy concerns).So my question is, is there any way I can view these .dat files on my pc, or any way to get my notes on my pc in a different format that will be readable? And if there is no way to do this what other note apps work well that save your notes as a doc or txt?Thanks for the input.
4th April 2014, 08:22 AM   |  #2  
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It's probably a data table. Try using excel. If you don't have excel, then try installing openoffice.org and open it as a spreadsheet.

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