It appears that in the May/June 2015 timeframe, Google made some incompatible changes that will prevent you from using Google Docs (or Google Drive) with the old eWallet GO! product. The solution is to simply switch GO to use Dropbox (or upgrade to full eWallet). How you switch GO to use Dropbox depends on where the latest version of your data is.
This case is pretty easy — since the latest information is already on your device or computer, you'll simply want to change the service within GO to use Dropbox rather than Google Docs. Once you've done that, you should be able to backup your latest changes up to Dropbox (and then restore those changes down on any of your other devices/computers that are using GO). Once you've verified that everything is working, you can manually remove the eWalletGO.xwlt1 file from Google Docs if you'd like.
This situation involves a bit more work but is still quite doable. The overall idea is that will you download your backup file from Google Docs to a Mac or PC (in the right format), then place that file in the appropriate folder on Dropbox:
The full eWallet product and the GO product are completely separate applications with different feature sets. See this feature comparison article for some of the differences between the two products. eWallet is available for Android, iOS (iPhone/iPad/iPod touch), Windows PC (desktop) and Mac OS X. The latest versions of eWallet on these platforms are able to import data from GO so you can have you same information in eWallet going forward. (Please note we do not currently have a version of full eWallet for Windows Phone.)
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