Reliable & straightforward to use. Accessing password files locally or in cloud storage of your choice is easy. The UI isn't intuitive at all but you get used to it. I've been a paid up user of AceBit PC apps since 2006, their products are solid & support is excellent.
Once you get it working this app IS GREAT !!! I have password depot on my home computer been using it since 2014. I can never see myself going through the rest of my life without the pc and android version of password Depot. And its cause it was given away for free on giveawayoftheday that i have found such a dependable program.
Tricky but i got it working. First off i installed a local copy of v9 and it wouldn't load saying it was not for my device but after updating to v10 on Google Play it did launch ok. I have it previously running on a Moto E 2015 Lollipop / Marshmallow but never really bothered using it. I wanted to try it on an Acer A1-830 (on 4.4.2) which is what i am talking about here. It DOES work on it and it DOES have an INTEL CPU etc. I exported a pswx file from windows 7 then realized it wasn't going to let me import on Android (i went through this on the Moto E way back too) So i changed the extention with RootExplorer (i had the pswx file on my sdcard) Then i managed to navigate to it in the menu and tried to load it and it crashed tried again and got it open but kept getting error messages saying it can't save a file in the same directory. So i cleared the stored data for the APK then reloaded it and opened the "Shared Directory" location then i copied the pswd file using RootExplorer to that location it wanted.. bingo no more nagginga and it seems to be working normal now. There is room for improvement obviously but hey..can't complain about free right ?
Fixed a documentation error today Having a problem importing the pswx file on to your mobile? I just received an email from Acebit stating a document error exists for Microsoft One Drive instead of the folder location being /files/password depot/ it should be /files/documents/password depot/. Just move the autogenerated password depot folder to document folder (create one if needed) and put your pswx file there. Thanks Acebit support for working with me on this issue. Great job 5 stars.
After a dodgy start... Installed on Galaxy A and will not import PSWX file as I have no idea where it is looking for file and no obvious way to browse. Created several test files on One Drive and program cannot find any of them. I found them in two locations. Sad as I use PWD every day on my PCs UPDDATE After an exchange of emails with support I was instructed to goto settings and allow PWD to access the Documents folder. Once done, the program works fine and is very easy to use. Thanks again to the support team
- Problem of not remembering last used database was corrected.
- Support of several FTP server types was added.
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