The file with .snb extension; belongs to the Samsung mobile devices. When Galaxy S Note phones create a note by using a typical software (advanced note-taking application developed by Samsung), that note is actually saved as a file with .snb extension in the memory of the smart phones (e.g. Galaxy S and Galaxy Note). A note file may contain sketches, text, video, audio, and images. The SNB files have been discontinued by the Samsung and these files have been replaced by .SPD files. Hence, you may not find a lot of information about this typical file type over the internet.
How to open an SNB file?
The SNB files can be synced across PCs, smart phones or tablet devices. These files can be exported to JPG or PDF file formats by using the S Note app. You can sync the SNB files to Google Drive by using the Google Drive app on your PC or Android phone.
If you are not being able to open the SNB file on your computer; there may be many causes. The most important cause is that SNB supported softwwares are not installed on your device. In this case you need to see the following points as a guideline:
Install the well suited software to run the file.
If still you are facing difficulty to open the .snb file; you must check the version of the software and see either that is supporting .snb files or not. Some files can be supported by the old version and some by the latest one so, must check the details.
After installing the appropriate verion of e-reading software make sure that it is set as the default application to open SNB files.
Softwares that can open the SNB files
The SNB files can be opened in the following softwares:
Possible problems while opening the file
If you are not being able to open and run the SNB file; it doesn’t mean that you do not have a suitable software installed on your device. There might be some other issues which prevent the file to work properly. The possible problems might be one of the following:
Corruption of a SNB file.
Wrong links to the SNB file in registry entries.
Deleted description of the SNB from the Windows registry
Corrupted installation of an application that supports the SNB format
An infected SNB file with an undesirable malware.
The computer does not have sufficient hardware resources to operate the SNB file.
Drivers used by the computer to open a SNB file are out dated.