Yes it does work with the Samsung Note5! Still love the app and figured out how to get to the menu to import my password list. All you have to do is press and hold the "back" button. You will get the "use the exit on the menu" notice then voila! The menu appears. May I suggest to the development team to possibly add a menu button? Still a great program and thanks!
Major fault with recently used apps button Securty Risk - Using a HTC 1 X and have just discover that when you have used Pwdhive and close it properly. If you later use the 'recently opened app' button at the bottom right of the screen, all your passwords are visible in the preview screen. The last screen you looked at in Pwdhive is archived and displayed without the need for the master password. This is a major security risk. Can this be fixed?
No SD card I have used this app for years and I love it, but I had to upgrade my phone from a S3 to a new note5. The Note5 does not have the capability to use a SD card therefore I cannot import my backed up file. Give us an option to choose where our file is and I would give 5+ stars
There is a major security flaw in this app in Marshmallow. When you close the app and go to the recent apps carousel this app clearly shows your passwords as if you were still logged into it. This is a MAJOR security flaw that seriously needs to be addressed ASAP!
New Samsung S5 Files did not transfer to my new phone so I have to reenter all my data. On the S5 there is no menu key shown on the phone, I can't quit the app, I have to wait for it to timeout. I really liked this app on my old Droid 4 phone.
Simple but no carryover The program is simple to use. It saves data to our SD card which is convenient when accessing in an area with a high secure wireless access point. The import and export feature worked well when reinstalling in the same phone. The problem exist when I upgraded to the new RAZR, it didn't recognize the data on my SD card. Now it time to look for another app.