6381 Views 6 Replies Latest reply: Mar 16, 2008 8:19 PM by GabrielZ
you cannot, but the notes are part of the data that is backed up, so in case of a restore, the Notes will be again uploaded to your iPhone from iTunes, assuming you do NOT select backup right before the RESTORE.
1) Create a label/folder on gmail called NOTES and mail the notes to you. That is what I do and I keep the notes on gmail and even access them when I do not have the iPhone with me.
2) I am aware of some freeware that could allow you to sync up notes. search the forum.
Currently there is no "syncing" of the notes from the iPhone. iTunes creates a backup of the database file when you sync but nothing really visible on the computer side.
You can use the option of mailing the note to yourself as a way of viewing and saving the notes on your computer.
You can go to http://www.apple.com/feedback to request this as a feature.
I found MobileTextEdit (http://code.google.com/p/mobiletextedit/ , which you can also find in the Installer).
This is just fine for me, since all I want is to edit a number of ASCII files.
Now I only need a way to sync those ASCII files back and forth between iPhone and MacBook automatically.