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The reason for "phone calls" might be quite easy: Looking at the app requirements, they list "Android 1.6 or higher". With that, this permission is automatically set -- whether the developer wants it or not. Reference: Android 1.6 Changelog. An interesting discussion on this permission can be found at StackOverflow: Android permissions: Phone Calls: read ...
I can recommend https://www.dropbox.com/ At the moment I have it on Ubuntu, Windows 7, Mac OS X and also on HTC Desire HD
To delete a notebook, you'll need to log in to the webapp. Your notebooks will appear on the left side of the screen. moving your cursor over (or tapping, on your device) the notebook you wish to delete will show a triangle to click for a drop-list from which you can delete the notebook. Edit: According to this link, you can't do it from the Android app ...
I don't think since Evernote is quite big they would do something like that, and if would do so it would be something so easy to see. Actually when you are developing for android some methods would require this kind of permission, if i'm not wrong, if you want, for example, check for data connection needs READ PHONE STATE AND IDENTITY or for some ...
"READ PHONE STATE AND IDENTITY Allows the application to access the phone features of the device. An application with this permission can determine the phone number and serial number of this phone, whether a call is active, the number that call is connected to and so on" I think it needs calls to make some appointment from them and all the ...
Un-installing the App and Installing it back again, fixed it.
Evernote has their own login-data which has nothing to do with your google-Account. Perhaps you just used the wrong password?
Try turning the camera 180 degrees. Clearly Evernote is confused about where the top and bottom are. Also, I have found when editing in the gallery then uploading to Evernote, if I only rotated the picture the edits don't seem to take. It does work however if I rotate it, then crop it (I don't really crop anything out, but just go through the motions) ...
1.First Turn -On your GPS 2.Go to Evernote Settings 3.Under General Settings you can find "Other Options" 4.Uncheck "Use GPS Satellites" option. Also Uncheck "Use wireless networks" If you didn't turn on your GPS, "Use GPS satellites" option get greyed out. Now your note will not store your location.
If you do not use your GPS at all, just turn it off. Locations services will not be enabled and the "Places" Evernote service will not be used.
As workaround you can prefix the notebook names with non-alphabetic characters to control the sort order. For example I prefix my notebooks with zero to three underscore characters ("_") to sort the notebooks in four groups, as so _Notebook1 _Notebook2 _Notebook3 __Notebook1 __Notebook2 __Notebook3 ___Notebook1 ___Notebook2 ___Notebook3 Notebook1 Notebook2 ...
Notebooks can only be sorted (in the mobile app, it's the button to the left of the magnifying glass) by: Title Note count User Maybe you can request for custom sorting from Evernote.
I'm using Evernote v4.2.1 and the multiple list functionality works correctly, whether i'm using numbers or boxes or hyphens. The result is: Test Test You should try to update your app in Google Play and try again.
I you don't want to use an external location, apps like Syncness that sync files over WIFI are pretty good.
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