Users of a Android smartphone (Android 2.0 or better) there's Password Safe for Android.
It's still under development. The current version is a simple
viewer that shows the content of a password file that has been
created on the PC.
Make sure, that your password files have been written from the
current version 5.0. You also need to change your encryption method to
"AES (compatible with Android).
Files created with the demo version cannot be loaded.
The application is available on the
just search for "bagusoft".
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Preparing the password file
- If you did not update already, use the Check for
Update function in the
program to download the current version 5.0 of Bagusoft
- Open your password file.
- Click on Master Password in the menu
File and enter your password three times
(if you're not going to change it now).
- Select the Encryption method "AES
(compatible with Android)"
- Click OK and save the file.
- Copy the password file to the smartphone. The file must
be on the root of the SD card or a sub folder with the name
pwsafe. You can also
use the function Mobile Copy, which allows
you to synchronize the password files every time the
smartphone is connected to the PC.
Running the app
When you start Bagusoft Password Safe for Android you see all
pwsafe files that are found on the root of the SD card and the
pwsafe sub folder. Click the file you want to open and
enter your password.
Click on any sub folder or entry to open it
Click on a password it will be displayed for a short time.
Click on any data object to show a popup menu with some
commands for that data object, like Copy.