1. jaidev_goswami's Avatar
    Hello, I recently switched from s4 to note 3. My s4 s memo was in sync with my samsung account. But after signing in with same samsung account on note 3, i can't find my memos....I gave my s4 to one of my relatives who has reset it already...What to do ? There is no s memo on note 3 just s note...How can i restore my s memo's. Please help.

    In my samsung account it still shows 24 mb of synced data under memo,s memo, snote tab...So, I am sure its there on the server...but how to get it on note 3 ?
    10-31-2013 01:16 AM
  2. J HighNote's Avatar
    OH good luck. I've gone round and round with Samsung with no help. I've even had a customer service rep tell me I could save the notes on the device. Hopefully someone on here will have some answers.
    10-31-2013 08:32 AM
  3. WarEagleDoc's Avatar
    Same thing happened to me. Samsung told me that they were long gone. There is no way to sync the Note 3 with Kies 2.6 which is what the S4 uses, and Kies 3 which is of course what the Note 3 uses. Sorry, but those memo's are long gone. At least through any traditional methods. I don't know of any high speed ways of recovery.
    11-01-2013 09:59 PM
  4. jneusch's Avatar
    I think we are all in the same boat. I lost a ton.

    Posted via Android Central App
    11-02-2013 12:05 AM
  5. Peter Chapa's Avatar
    I found this post when I tried copying and pasting some stuff from Memo as text and putting it into a txt file. Hah! There's no way to select or to save to clipboard , but you can share or send it to a printer if you have Cloudprint installed, or an app (eg Evernote) whatever as a *.vnt file. Evernote didn't work for me but I found I could import it directly into a text editor (I use Jota) or to Vnote which is an app made just to handle these files.
    12-09-2013 06:49 PM
  6. sammoy's Avatar
    hey, so I found a trick around it which only works if you have the .snb files saved on your computer.

    you will have to open galaxy essentials and download S Note.
    once you do, a folder will appear on your phone called SnoteData when you plug your S5 device via USB.
    find your .snb files on your computer and dump them in the SnoteData folder..
    once this is done you can go to Snote and view your files from there.
    if you still cannot view them, you can go to "My Files" app on your phone - Device Storage - SnoteData and you will find all your files there. click on one - select S Note to complete action (if you select memo it will come back with an error) and voila! you can now view your files.
    even if your file has a password it will recognize it!

    good luck!!!
    05-13-2014 01:31 AM
  7. sydoz56's Avatar
    damn! same with me.. just lost them all, had thaem backed up with kies?? didnt help
    10-25-2015 08:43 PM

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