Quick answer: Mobilenotes

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  1. Meoiswa

    Meoiswa New Member

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    i need to know where and how MobileNotes keeps the notes, so i can add/edit them directly from my PC and not have to use a text editor to see them on the iPod
  2. Chucky102

    Chucky102 Well-Known Member

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    it's saved i believe under

    var/private/root/library/notes/

    but you can't edit the file, I mean you CAN, but it has a bunch of symbols and things, and will cause your notes app to crash.
  3. jaymzleon

    jaymzleon Active Member

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    its not as simple s opening a .txt file...unless you can convert it to readable text...you cant change it first hand
  4. dwonder3

    dwonder3 Well-Known Member

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    There are apps called ImportText and ExportText I think. I've never tried them but you may want to.
  5. Axis

    Axis Super Moderator Staff Member

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    I have no idea on how to use them. I heard about making the first two characters in the note "@@" for some reason...
  6. jaymzleon

    jaymzleon Active Member

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    its so it can process it the right way.. but i could never get import notes to work... but i know if i use the new version on books.app i can read .txt files that i place in EBooks folder...its not the same as in mobilenotes cause i cannot edit the files.
  7. BMANZZS

    BMANZZS New Member

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    Just use Textedit.app
  8. Axis

    Axis Super Moderator Staff Member

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    With that, you lose the autocorrection feature which does come in handy. Its better than nothing, however.
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    Jas1222 New Member

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    Just E-mail the Notes to your PC and copy it off to edit but i dont know HOW to import notes
  10. Young Spade

    Young Spade New Member

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    Just get import text and it lets you do the exact thing that you want. I use it all the time if I have notes for class I want to study or something.

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