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Assuming your freshly-laundered phone was using iOS 9 & your iPhone 4 is still on the last available iOS for it, 7.1.2, then the reason it cannot sync to new Notes is because the new Notes feature was only introduced with iOS 9 Anything older will still be syncing to the older version, presumably last updated the day before you hit the button to upgrade ...


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If your notes are really stored in your email account, you should be able to reconnect to the same email account over IMAP to gain access to your notes again. Do not configure the email account as POP3 for example. However, if you really have a new MacBook, it is probably running El Capitan. With El Capitan notes are no longer stored on IMAP email accounts ...


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As with most of you, I just had the same issue. I combined a couple of different suggestions (e.g., Capt G) from this thread to find a solution for me: Open Internet Accounts Select the "Exchange" account if you have one set-up. Uncheck the Notes app in the window to the left showing the apps associated with the Exchange account. Keep this window open. ...


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For 10.11 (El Capitan), look in: ~/Library/Group Containers/group.com.apple.notes/


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Here is what you can do, on at least iOS 9. Launch Notes on your iPhone or iPad While on the list of notes, enter Edit -mode. Select all of the Notes Tap on "Move to target.." (Might not be accurate translation) Select "iCloud Notes" That's all.



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