Evernote - "no snapshot found"

Discussion in 'Android Support' started by MAD Industries, Aug 27, 2010.

  1. MAD Industries

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    So apparently I'm there with all the other users of evernote who can't get the snapshot feature working on their 2.2 droid. I've searched google and these forums and have not come across a working work-around. So just in case I'm missing anything, I'm asking the community.

    Attempted "Solutions"
    1. Delete evernote folder from sdcard
    2. Wait insanely long amount of time after taking picture to press "ok" so it can supposedly write to the card
    3. Installing "beta" version 1.5.1 build (96950) of evernote

    Notes
    1. I have noticed that the snapshots are indeed saved to the sdcard inside the evernote folder. However, they are missing file extensions.


    And a post-script question for anybody who actually reads this entire post; Have you managed to get flash working on LithiumMod 1.0.12?
     
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  2. dcord

    dcord New Member

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    I've got the same issue. Have noticed, though, if you power off the Droid when it comes back on if the first thing you do is take a Evernote snapshot it DOES find the pic. So, the capability is still there. Just really flaky.
     
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    Thanks dcord. I am having the same problem, but that workaround worked.
     
  4. itsluy

    itsluy New Member

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    got it fixed *finally*

    1) Uninstall Evernote
    2) Reboot (do not skip!)
    3) Browse SD card for Evernote folder and rename it or delete it.
    4) Install Evernote from the market

    I tried uninstall/rename/reinstall but it hadn't resolved the issue so I stopped being lazy and rebooted after the uninstall.

    I have two Motorola Droids (one stock one CM6) both with the same issue and the solution above worked (no beta version needed).

    Hope this helps!

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    Luy from IT Support Guys | Los Angeles Computer Repair, Support, Maintenance
     
  5. willtmc

    willtmc New Member

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    nope

    That didn't do it. Doesn't evernote care about android users? Unbelievable.
     
  6. itsluy

    itsluy New Member

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    youre right

    Fixed it temporarily and then the problem came back.

    Its funny that they don't even list Android on their support page: Evernote Support | Evernote Corporation

    Its not listed here either: Evernote Products & Services

    I hope they fix it, doesn't seem like a very difficult issue to fix from a code standpoint, the temp image files are being created (they're in the folder) the app just can't seem to find it.

    I know for sure that I won't be buying more storage from them until fixed.