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  1. #1
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    Smile Export Active notes

    Hi All,

    I want to export active notes from device. Is there any API to do this?

    Plz help me...
    Thanks
    Kalgi Modi

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    Re: Export Active notes

    Modify its settings to use the memory card, and create a new note. Then check the memory card in USB mass storage mode, and you will quickly get an idea.

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    Re: Export Active notes

    Quote Originally Posted by wizard_hu_ View Post
    Modify its settings to use the memory card, and create a new note. Then check the memory card in USB mass storage mode, and you will quickly get an idea.
    hey wizard i didnt get you..
    I want to export active notes thru my application and send it to server. I dont want to do it manually..
    Thanks
    Kalgi Modi

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    Re: Export Active notes

    I though you may want to get the answer to your question. Following my suggestion you will.

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