Enable "Link to SD Card" in Andoid App
For serious use notebooks easily get rather big (exspecially with pictures), but a lot of phones have limited storage capacity. Please enable the option "link to sd card" in the android-> Apps-> onenote options
I thought OneNote was an alternative for Evernote..
And I transferred my data..
With an real nice tool from Microsoft !!
However.. Now my phone is not working anymore.
Only says - Memory is full.
Onenote stores all your Notebooks (and Data) in your phone’s Memory!!!
Sure that will not fit !!
Please beware - Onenote is NOT an alternative for Evernote !!
It will eat all of your Phone's memory !!
How can this option be missing? I think the developers have never actually used an Android device.
I would have thought this was a no brainer, to al least have the option to store data (notes) on external sd
Yes please add this feature as many android apps permit usung sd card for data and more whuch us perfect for the cache builtby onenote
104 votes across 3 suggestions:
plus a few suggestions for cloud storage.
Please, let the notebooks be moved from limited device internal memory to external local or network storage.
Kindly review API docs at http://developer.android.com/guide/topics/data/data-storage.html#filesExternal
If I'm reading them right, and I'm not a programmer, it should be possible to implement app-private files on removable, external storage on Android 4.x and higher. Please strongly consider this.
Storage encryption, manual and policy based, can be used to protect media when USB mounted.
I think this is the same idea:
Have lollipop on asus tablet and still dont see how to use external SD.
Impossible using Kitkat, wait for Lollipop.
Das wäre wirklich hilfreich
YES! The size of my notebooks is larger than the internal memory on my device and I wish I could access all of my notes. If only I could put them on my SD card....
Agree, ability to store notebooks on SD cards would be useful