I have a few org files encoded in UTF-8. Everything works fine, also with German umlaute (ä, ö, ü, ß). These files I sync with Git between different PCs (mostly running Debian). When I synced one of the files with a windows machine it showed strange encodings in my Debian machine.
Example should be:
via operations called „push“ and
via operations called \342\200\236push\342\200\234 and
where \342 and all \XXX are counted as one character.
The characters which make problems are: Ä,ä,Ö,ö,Ü,ü,ß,„,“,/,–
I tried to encode with
C-x C-m c <encoding> RET C-x C-w RET in UTF-8 but this produces the error, that it couldn't be encoded with UTF-8. I only can use raw-text or no-conversion.
What can I do to encode back to UTF-8?
Thanks for your help.