Open S-Note File (.snb) file on PC - SOLVEDSupport


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  1. nsa_sailor

    nsa_sailor Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Anyone know of a program to open the S-Note files (.snb) on a desktop computer? Google Drive syncs the files to my desktop machine, but I don't know what programs are available to open them on my desktop machine.


    Solution from http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1907192

     

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    colnago Well-Known Member

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    Not sure that it's meant to be opened on PC, but you could "Export" the file to a .jpg (edit in Paint), or .pdf (edit in various Adobe apps), and the copy the file, in its new format, to PC.
     
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  3. donec

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    This has been discussed quite thoroughly of on the xda Gnote 10.1 forums and the answer Colnago gave is the best so far.
     
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    nsa_sailor Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Gee, that's a helpful response.
    How about a link?
     
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    colnago Well-Known Member

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    "Export" is a function built into the SNote app...it has native "conversion" capabilities with formats accessible by PC based programs (again, jpg/pdf).
     
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    dave1812 Well-Known Member

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    yup. jpg and pdf. puts exports in "S Note Export" folder on internal storage
     
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    Glad you appreciate the help that is offered.
     
  9. colnago

    colnago Well-Known Member

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    Shame that enabling one to be self sufficient no longer constitutes "help".
     
  10. ScandaLeX

    ScandaLeX Wasn't Me

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    More times than not, providing a link to what you know what you're talking about is more helpful than just throwing it out there; esp when sending someone over to XDA.
    I've often Googled and couldn't find what was on someone else's mind and I consider myself to be extremely resourceful.
     
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    I agree but sometimes it is not convenient to find the link and knowledge that there help out there with notification in the direction of that help is better than nothing.
     
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    colnago Well-Known Member

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    "Give a man a link, he'll find what he's looking for today. Teach a man how to search google thoroughly, he'll be able to find his own information at will...and could provide help to someone else."
     
  13. scary alien

    scary alien not really so scary Moderator

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    Let's all take a little pause here and remember why we're all here: to politely and respectfully share with each other, right?

    Thanks!

    ~ ~ ~

    I'm not familiar with the app in question (S-Note), but while there are quite a few links and references to XDA from a Google search of "site:xda-developers.com view s-note snb on a pc", it might take a bit of wading through those links to find a specific thread that might address the OP's question.

    Take a peek at one of these and see if they fit the bill:

    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1907192

    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1649493&page=2

    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1862123

    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1865710

    Hope that's helpful :).

    Cheers!
     
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    video explaining how to open up the archive and find the .jpgs

    google search: "Galaxy Note 2 Tips & Tricks Episode 80: View S Note (snb) Files On Your Computer"

    it's either of the top two videos. All you get are the images that you can then print off or convert to pdf yourself.


    i'd have posted the links, however i'm a forum nub.
    Hope it helps, cheers! :)
     
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    Hey guys,

    I had the same issue and I know it's an old thread but maybe it helps someone comming from Google or such.
    I've created an online parser for snb files, check it out at snb-reader.tk

    I hope it helps someone! ;)
     
  17. Andrew G

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    You can now download S-Note for any PC, sync your S-Note files with Evernote or your Samsung account, and export to PDF on a desktop. That should be much easier and faster than doing everything on your phone or tablet.

    http://www.samsung.com/uk/apps/mobile/snote/

    ^ Notice the link?
     

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