Backup your phone, then open this app. Click expert mode, then in the browser window expand applications->com.wearemothership.kineticlite and select the 2 sqlite files and export to a directory of your choosing.
Very sorry for this! Weirdly you are the first person to mention it.
on 18 Sep, 2013 02:42 PM
Leave it a UX person to find an issue no one else has noticed!
While I appreciate the link for the extractor utility, I don't think that will be a good suggestion for most users. Installing a separate app to 'hack' my iTunes data will feel like a risky solution for users that don't understand (or want to understand) the underlying technologies here -- Apple has applied a lot of effort to hide files from iPhone users, and this is one of the reasons that users like iOS.
1) enable file sharing for Kinetic Lite
2) add a function to the Kinetic Settings - Import from Kinetic Lite - that triggers the function you have already built and only runs at initial start
I am going to try deleting Kinetic and re-installing to invoke the import function. If I cannot re-install without paying again, I'll just chalk this up to a lesson learned and try to find another App from a different vendor.
Nick on 18 Sep, 2013 02:57 PM
No, I agree its not a good suggestion for most users. Though it does work, and depends on how much you want your data! I'm just providing the support I can to get you up and running as fast as possible.
2) was always a nasty hack to get around the complete lack of interprocess coms - it uses the pasteboard! dropbox is how we are planning to solve this in the future.
Will switch on file sharing in next release of kinetic lite, and introduce dropbox support.
As will all apps, you will be able to delete and reinstall without paying again.