How to transfer Evernote Data to computer without Internet

Evernote has become a very useful tool for many web users who have been using this program to make it easy for them to make a note of things which have to be done. Lets learn first about Evernote

What is Evernote ?
Evernote is a combination of software and services designed for notetaking and archiving. A “note” can be a piece of formattable text, a full webpage or webpage excerpt, a photograph, a voice memo, or a handwritten “ink” note. Notes can also have file attachments. Notes can then be sorted into folders, tagged, annotated, edited, given comments, and searched. Evernote supports a number of operating system platforms (including Android, Mac OS X, iOS, Microsoft Windows and WebOS), and also offers online synchronization and backup services.

And as for the Transfer of Evernote Data onto your Mac from iPhone without accessing the internet is a very simple and easy task which will be very helpful for all the users who want to transfer content onto their devices when they are away from any potential Wifi Hot spots and network connections.

Many people think that the application normally requires internet access on both ends for typical syncing of data, but with this method you can transfer data without having internet connection on both ends of the transfer.

Overview on How to Transfer Evernote Data to computer without Internet:
You can create and share an ad-hoc connection between the two and use that connection to transfer data, without having to add tethering to your plan.

What is this Ad hoc connection ?
An ad hoc network ( ad hoc means “for this purpose”) is a network you create on-the-fly, using direct Ethernet, FireWire, Wi-Fi, or even Bluetooth connections among your Macs. An ad hoc, computer-to-computer network doesn’t rely on a local server, a router, or the Internet to mediate those connections. Instead, OS X (10.1 to 10.4) works out the details all by itself.

How to create a Ad hoc connection to transfer Evernote Data to computer from your iPhone

  • In your Mac you have to activate Airplane mode as the first step
  • Then from the various options which you can see in the Airport Menu you have to select “Create Network”
  • Which will prompt you to name your Ad hoc network with your desired name as the username
  • And in the same manner set a password for the Ad hoc network
  • Click OK and you have to leave the Channel set to Automatic
  • The next step is to join this new network from your iPhone by selecting it in the Networks option

How to Transfer Evernote Data to your Mac from your iPhone after creating a Ad hoc connection ?

  • A useful feature which allows you to utilize Evernote is that “Evernote allows you to export notes to an external file on your Mac”
  • First Select the note or notes which you wish to transfer to your computer from your iPhone and Choose the File which has to be transferred
  • Then you have to Select Export
  • In an Alternative method you can Command-click either an individual or selection of notes for the same option.
  • Which lets you save notes to a format that can be used by your iPhone client.
  • Then you can use Air Sharing Pro which is a Software used to transfer files To your Mac from an iPhone and also From you your Mac to an iPhone.

How to Use Air Sharing Pro on your iPhone:

  • Launch Air Sharing which will make your iPhone ready for your Mac’s connection.
  • Now Find a HTTP URL in the status bar at the bottom of the App page.
  • This is the iPhone’s URL which helps in connecting your computer to your iPhone.
  • On your Mac select Start Finder
  • Then Click on “Go” > “Connect to Server…”.
  • This will show you an Option to Enter your iPhone’s URL which we have earlier seen, Type this iPhone URL in that place.
  • Your iPhone will be seen in the Shared devices section and this might take some time to happen.
  • And now you can just Drag & Drop Files you want into your iPhone
  • All this can be connected through Bonjour

Once you’ve transferred your exported notes, you can send those notes over to Evernote, which supports the iOS document interaction controller.

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