You can export your entries in different formats in the latest version of Mirror
Because of the recent restrictions imposed by Google on file access in SD card/storage, Mirror no longer saves the media files in the sd card/internal storage folder. Now there are specific folders where the app always have access and to support new Android versions, Mirror app have moved the media files to the location where it will always have access to these files.
Because of the above change, ONLY if you are updating from an older version (1.2.0) of mirror, you might have to help Mirror app explicitly link the media files ONCE after the upgrade. Post the linking everything will work as usual.
This is required because in the older version of Mirror, the backup did not include the media file unlike the current version. The newer android versions provides only restricted access to internal storage to apps and requires explicit user permission to access them.
So the Mirror app will need explicit access (granted by the user) to access the "Mirror" folder (which was used by the older 1.2.0 version of Mirror) to copy all the media files to the new location.
Please follow the below steps to fix the media links post upgrade from 1.2.0 to any version greater than or equal to 2.0.0
Yes. Mirror supports restore from an older restore file (DBBK), if your Mirror folder has it in the Backup folder. You will be able to restore the journal entries. The restoring of media files associated to these entries will require bit of manual intervention because of the recent changes made by Google on handling SD card files.
We use OpenWeatherMaps API to get the weather information for your location. Since we have availed for a free plan, weather information retrieval is subject to Weather API traffic limits. Only a limited number of (free) requests per minute are allowed by the weather API. If too many users have added the journal entry around the same time, it is possible that some of the users might not get the weather information.