1. AC Question's Avatar
    i have the pictogram, but when i prees it the message is: htc notes is no longer avalable. why?
    02-26-2015 08:38 AM
  2. Golfdriver97's Avatar
    Welcome to Android Central. HTC notes probably got removed from the OS.
    02-26-2015 09:12 AM
  3. a_szy's Avatar
    Their say, that my notes are exported to Evernote, but they are not there. How can I get them back?
    02-27-2015 01:49 PM
  4. Golfdriver97's Avatar
    Emailing evernote might be the next step. They might have more information on how to retrieve your account.

    From an AOSP M8
    02-27-2015 07:28 PM
  5. rarwkitty's Avatar
    Did you ever restore the HTC Notes app? Mine just disappeared after I updated to Lollipop.
    03-14-2015 10:51 PM
  6. Lieven Pauwels's Avatar
    I had (still have) the same problem on my HTC One. all my notes and recordings are gone the app got removed from my HTC after or while updating. Everytime i want to open it it says my notes wil be exported to evernote after i create an account on evernote. First of all my notes are not on my htc filesystem anymore and I dont want evernote so i do not have to register. My
    04-02-2015 06:22 AM
  7. ellerena's Avatar
    I hope somebody could help with this nasty issue.
    I also can't read my notes on my HTC One after updating to Android Lollipop. When I try to open the notes I get the message asking me to open an account on Evernote.
    I'm really sick and tired of every company out there trying to get a piece of share in my personal information. I don't want to provide my email anymore to any company. I don't want Evernote's service.
    My notes are mine, there's no right to just making them inaccessible just because a new company got in business partnership with android.
    At least, switching to a 3rd party must be optional, must be done from now on without affecting previous notes.
    I don't know who gave HTC or Android the right to own my notes and take them away from me, you can take whatever bits you want but the information is mine only. This is the 1st time I see such an arbitrarious action taken over data whose right belong to the user only.
    Please give me back my -already existing- notes. I'll decide later whether new notes will be made through Evernotes or maybe I'll just go back to stickies and real note books.
    HEstier and les406 like this.
    04-03-2015 10:11 AM
  8. HEstier's Avatar
    i 100% agree
    04-04-2015 02:51 AM
  9. les406's Avatar
    I had the same problem. You need to press the "sync" button and then you will be able to see your notes.
    I am not happy about my private notes being stored in the "cloud" or on a third party app so I have copied them elsewhere and deleted the lot from Evernote and uninstalled the app.

    Don't know what HTC were thinking about. I liked all my private notes on my phone which was pin protected so nobody else could access them. All this cloud stuff leaves your info open to any hacker.
    It wasn't broke so why did they fix it.
    04-06-2015 03:25 PM
  10. shelma sherna's Avatar
    I had the same problem. I went to setting.. did accounts & sync. for Evernote. Uninstalled Evernote and again Installed, Signed in and found all my notes. Try this out..
    04-12-2015 07:59 AM
  11. NoMoreHTC4Me's Avatar
    I will not sign up for Evermore, nor will I ever buy another product from a company that would do this to me. I needed my notes today and all I got was BS. Contract up in a few months. No more HTC for me.
    05-26-2015 03:58 PM
  12. kmickel's Avatar
    I wrote to HTC and they've put their head in the sand. Here is what I said:

    Evernote is Not in Australian jurisdiction and therefor not subject to privacy and security laws I am familiar with. HTC are forcing me to send data I own to them. By removing Notes you have removed, without advice, my ability to access my data directly. I will not send my notes to Evernote and I recommend all other users to carefully consider the implications of this. In summary, HTC are forcing customers to send data they own to Evernote AND ontop of that Evernote will collect. Your username, email address and contact preferences; Your name, image and other personal information, if you elect to share it; The geographic area where you use your computing devices when you interact with the Service and the language you select; Your device identifier; Your telephone number – but only if you elect to share it or link it to your account; Your location and calendar information – if you elect to share it; Actions you perform in your account, including your use of certain product features and your storage of particular forms of Content (e.g., PDFs or JPGs), as well as the type of device and software you are using; Non-personally identifiable information indicating your association with one of our business partners or promotions (if applicable); and Payment information (if you purchase a Paid Service or an item from the Market) Sorry HTC this is not acceptable - I call on HTC to re-install NOTES on the phones or enable it so users to can retrieve their NOTES data on their own devices.
    07-02-2015 08:30 PM

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