I can see that there is a lot of threads about Android and of course we all (android users) would love this. Any way, while we wait there actually is a workaround, that many maybe do not consider.
All the documents are stored as rtf-files and you can edit them in Notepad, Word or other prefered editor. I use this method my self, if I am on the fly and need to add or edit some text.
BUT, the challenge is, that all these rtf-files are named with numbers. It would help a lot, if they where named with their document names instead. in fact it would be such a help that I personaly would not need the android version that much.
Is it possible?
Thanks by the way for making my life as a writer so much more fun with Scrivener. I love it
Editing those RTF files in an external editor is a recipe for disaster, as they will be out of sync with the .scrivx and other major parts of the project. I think Windows now has File > Sync > With External Folder. You should use that and edit those files, and then when you re-open your project in Scrivener, the changes are automatically incorporated.
At least, that’s what I understand, though I have never had to use it myself.
I just want to jump in here. This has been a very helpful discussion, as I was not using the sync function to share between my PC, laptop, and Android. Yikes, I see now that I could have corrupted a file that way. But by creating a new folder outside of the project files, then pointing the Sync function to it from my PC and laptop, I’m able to share the project safely, I see. As for my Android, I edit the files in OfficeSuite and save to the new folder I set up for syncing. It works very well!