I’ve had a ton of queries about the nsinvalidargumentexception error message from readers using the Evernote application on their iPad. I’ve had a look around the internet and essentially the nsinvalidargumentexception is an error message more common on the Mac OSX operating system indicating something is buggy in your application or runtime environment. Which is geek speak for “it’s broken”.
Getting the nsinvalidargumentexception error message on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch during syncing seems to be the most common problem I’m seeing reports of. Despite my best efforts to find out more there is very little on the net about the nsinvalidargumentexception problem. Your best bet as it stands should you get the nsinvalidargumentexception when using Evernote on your iPhone or iPad is:
- Restart your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch
- Check that you have the latest version of the Evernote iPhone or iPad application loaded
- Should you have the latest version of the iPhone or iPad Evernote app and it’s still not working try completely uninstalling the application and re-installing it
- If all else fails Contact Evernote support
Edit: After scanning the twitter I’ve noticed a few twitter users are reporting that uninstalling and then re-installing the application has fixed the nsinvalidargumentexception problem on iPhones.
If anyone has had this nsinvalidargumentexception problem while using Evernote on their iPhone please let us know what’s worked for you to get your Evernote back up and running.
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