Not working with VeraCrypt as stated The properties in app do match settings listed on site or veracrypt. I tried two separate container systems and both stated it wrong password or supported container. If it doesnt work, contact google for refund for this.
Rough but it works Takes 20-30 seconds to open a VeraCrypt container versus instantly for a truecrypt container with the same size and same encryption (aes265 and sha512). Also it's still not possible to give it access to your sd card with the api that was introduced in Android 5 (pick writeable folder). So you have to copy the container to your internal memory. In the end it gets the job done if you know what you're doing.
On xperia Z1 AOSP 5.1.1 or even sometime stock rom it freezes after you open app and then says eds has stopped responding. sometimes it works after a factory restore and sometimes not nothing will make it work just luck.
Garbage current version Just let me manually type the fscking path! I have a hard drive that I know is at /dev/block/sda1 but I can't even select the stupid thing because of an unknown error. The version I originally purchased worked flawlessly, this is infuriating. The select button does nothing.
password not always accepted. Would really like this to work efficiently, no alternative apps for veracrypt really. However, when opening a container the correct password is not always accepted, takes a few attempts between restarting the app, so not reliable for everyday use at the moment
Very slow and no wrong pass message. Very slow but works well. But: if I mistype the password or use wrong keyfiles, it doesn't say wrong pass or anything, it just keeps the opening message displayed. Since the process takes... like... forever, I have no way to tell if I entered the wrong keys or simply the system is too loaded when opening/mounting a container takes more than forever. And if I'm tired of waiting something to happen, I can't abort, I have to kill the app and only then can I try again. Major bug.
Fixed container mounting on new firmwares.
Nexus 9 support.
Android 5.0 compatibility.
Added encrypted partitions and block devices support.
Added root file manager capabilites.
Fixed container mounting on some Samsung firmwares.