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Welcome to my world. I had same problem and ended up killing the Notes in iCould. Before that I moved my precious notes to "on my mac" at least the ones that were still there. No more iCloud stealing my notes.


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If you delete the notes from the app, then yes, they'll be deleted from Gmail. However, if you just want to take the notes off the iPod, you can just switch off "Notes" for your Gmail account under Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars.


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From what I've seen from Apps like Notes, Numbers, and Pages... They're now acting as usual apps which looks for "filesystem" files. i.e. something on the local drive. When you fire up an iCloud enabled app, then need to open a document, in your Favourites is "iCloud Drive" and now things are stored under there, under folders which correspond to their apps ...


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Try restoring ~/Library/Containers/com.apple.Notes (I would keep a copy of the existing folder in case this causes other problems). That's where my Notes seem to be stored. If that doesn't work, you can dig out the individual files representing your Notes within that folder. The directory structure of the com.apple.Notes folder is very odd. It seems to have ...


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It's possible to get notes out from the device itself using a idevice explorer such as iTools or iFunbox, but with some research the tutorials and questions for "where's the notes stored on my idevice" is outdated and doesn't work with iOS 8 ~~~ So, doing it manually, I recommend hooking up your iCloud to the notes, (which you've already done) and load it ...


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Well, I seem to have fixed it myself. In ~/Library/Containers, I renamed the folder com.apple.Notes. When I next opened Notes.app, it reconfigured itself, asked for access to some keychain items, and now it can communicate with my IMAP account. Furthermore, the next time I went to Mail, Contacts, & Calendars in System Preferences, the list wasn't ...


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Notes accounts are usually associated with email accounts like iCloud, gmail, yahoo etc. if you have an iCloud/iTunes account, log in to it under System Preferences-->Internet Accounts Click the checkbox next to notes. Open Notes, then drag your old notes into the iCloud account on the left.


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Its very simple, try Airdrop, open the notes on iphone from which you wish to transfer it, tap on Share icon, tap "AirDrop", and simultaneously enable "AirDrop" from other iphone, choose "Everyone" ,and you are done with it. Only drawback is that we have transfer notes one by one.



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