Cross-Platform Cloud Backup & Restore
I love Squid on my two Android tablets (Samsung Note 10 and Note 8), but on my Microsoft Surface Pro (Windows 8 and now 10), I've never been able to restore my Android cloud backups onto my Windows Squid. When I try to restore from one of my Android Cloud backups (via DropBox), it seems to be working, but then it gives me an error message, telling me to check my internet connection (which is fine).
Restores from Android tablet to Android tablet work just fine, and Windows Squid can SEE by two Android backups, but it fails to restore from them.
I REALLY want to get all my notes from Android Squid to Windows Squid, but how? If the cloud backup doesn't work cross platform, I'm happy to manually move files from my Android tablet to Windows, but which files to which folders?
Thanks in advance for your help.
I am not a big fan of cloud anything. But, today a cross platform cloud management would have saved me a ton of time. You see, I first started using Papyrus when it came out. Or at least shortly thereafter. So, being on Android, I was so useto being able to export directly to any number of apps in my arsenal. Now, I am using a Lenovo X1 Yoga. I created a lot of documents for work. When I went to upload them to my Google Drive, yes, I am aware this is a cloud service. I should have stated that I am not a fan of using multiple cloud services. Having data strewn about the net is not something that I care to do. It gets messy that way. Plus, I already have to many accounts for things online. Any way, I was not able to email or load the documents to my Drive account. And my company could not receive them. I have not gotten pId in a month. And it was time to do so. Needless to say, I should have stuck with purchasing another Android device and a cheaper laptop. Oh well, that is something I can not change at this point. So, I would like to second the cross platform ability. Because even though I was to late. I did manage to borrow some one else's Android tablet, put my account on it, install Squid and re do all of my documents. And just loaded them to my Drive account. So, I can now get paid in another three weeks. Now, I am not upset at The developer for this. As I was in contact with him. He stated that being able to export to other apps on the windows platform is a bit more challenging than it is on Android. I can understand that. As Microsoft as big as they are and as modern as Windows 7 and 10 are. Sucks for their close minded ways. I believe that Squid should be made for Linux as well. How? Not a clue. As it does not have an app store. Any way, cross platform exchange wod be great. Also, same features on Windows version as is on Android would be a great thing as well.