.vnt is the file format used for memos/notes in various bada/android/windows phones. Having created the file in Mobile and transfered to computer via Bluetooth, I am not able to open it. It opens in .txt but we cannot see the actual content at all.

The particular file I want to view has been created as a memo by a Samsung Champ Duos 2 Mobile. It is not a smartphone, but this particular format is very common and is used in various bada/windows/android phones.


Eug48 wrote a vnote to text convertor in Python.

The text is there, it is just encoded in "quoted printable" or other form.

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  • I am not able to find a link to download it, I downloaded a file named "vnote2txt.py", but its file type is unrecognized. – user127735 Apr 11 '12 at 13:15
  • @RishabhPoddar: You need a Python interpreter. – RedGrittyBrick Apr 11 '12 at 13:16

I wrote a python script Samsung-Sony-notes-.vnt-clean-text that merges multiple .vnt files into one clean text file.

This is the regex used to extract data.

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