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I create new notes on my phone all the time. Whenever I sync my phone, it erases the new notes and puts back old notes from October. I'm not sure why it keeps doing this. Does anyone know how to stop this problem?

- Currently using a MacBook Pro running OS X Mavericks
- syncs with iPhone 5S, iPod Touch, and iPad Mini
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Never mind. I have resolved this but don't see how to delete this post.

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Only Staff can delete posts, but if you do say how you resolved it, this post might be helpful to others with a similar problem..

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I figured out that it was only doing that to one of my Notes, not all of them. So I just copied all the information from the particular note that was having the question and pasted it to a new note. Then I deleted the old note. Now, when I sync, it doesn't delete it and replace the old. Not sure why I had to go through all of that, but it's working now, and that's all I care about.

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