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.SNB File Extension

File Type 1S Note File

3.5 (83 Votes)
CategoryCompressed Files


This file is saved in a zipped format. You can view the contents by unzipping it with a file decompression program.

What is an SNB file?

An SNB file is a note created by S Note, an advanced note taking application developed by Samsung for use with Samsung mobile devices. It is used in notes created by S Note as an archive of different assets, which include video, audio, images, and text.

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Notes created with S Note can be synced across devices including a PC. SNB files can be exported to .JPG or .PDF files from the S Note app. You can also back up SNB files by syncing them to Google Drive. Tap the the three-line icon in the top right-hand corner, select "Sync", choose "Google".

NOTE: SNB files can be extracted by changing the extension to .ZIP and then unzipping them.

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Programs that open SNB files
Updated 11/17/2016

File Type 2Shanda Bambook eBook

DeveloperNut Shell Electronics
2.6 (5 Votes)
CategoryeBook Files


File format categories include Binary, Text, XML, and Zip. The format of this file type has not been determined.

.SNB File Association 2

eBook file created for use with the Bambook, a Chinese e-reader created by Nut Shell Electronics; contains a digital publication similarly to an .EPUB file.

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The Bambook was originally released in China but is now available in the United States. Nut Shell Electronics is a subsidiary of Shanda Corp.

NOTE: SNB files are created exclusively for the Bambook and very few other e-readers are able to read them, but they can be converted into a more accessible format.

Programs that open SNB files
Updated 3/2/2014

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