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  1. This is not an answer. My fingerprint has been disabled for a unique and specific reason: because YOU removed it, even if I actually PAID for it, and without any previous warning! I demand a patch that restores fingerprint scan as a means to access to my passwords.
  2. Exactly the same here. And they don't give a damn about it.
  3. I'm in bad need of help here. I relied on my fingerprint reader (Samsung Note 8) to access my Enpass, instead of the main password I forgot. With the upgrade, the fingerprint recognition disappeared, and now I can't access my stored passwords anymore. Please, tell me there is a workaround for this issue!! Andrea
  4. Please, is there any way to switch back to the previous version? I used to access my Enpass by fingerprint on my Note 8, instead of using my main password that I can't recall anymore. Now because of this "upgrade" I'm cut out of my passwords! Please help! Andrea
  5. Hello everyone, I've found out that in many of my Enpass records there are some doubled fields, and even some empty fields with no name and no content. How can I remove those fields from records. I found a command to add fields, to rename fields, to reorder fields, but nothing to remove them. Any suggestion? PS: by the way, is it normal that fields get doubled or empty fields pop up in records?
  6. The fact is that I did enter the masterpassword since it's required to sync with the Dropbox backup file and the app appeared legit. I still hope that was just an old legit Enpass version the developer left on the Play Store side by side with the current version.
  7. Hello there I'd like to share something very scary that happened to me a few days ago. I searched for Enpass on the Google Play Store and downloaded the app without checking it thoroughly. The app installed, and looked like Enpass, the only difference was the icon: instead of the usual keyhole in a blue circle, it looked like a pile of sheets with a keyhole in the middle. I launched it and it asked me whether I wanted to type in new data or restore previous data from the cloud. I chose to restore the data from Dropbox (I'm already using Enpass on other devices) and the app tried to connect with no success. It said it was impossible to connect and to try later. I tried a few days in a row, getting always the same result. Today I tried again and this time a message in a window popped up, saying that "probably an app on my phone was trying to connect to Dropbox in a fraudulent way and that Dropbox refused the connection". I panicked and uninstalled the app, going back to the Play Store to check for it. The app was not there anymore, and I downloaded what looks like the real Enpass. Now I'm scared to death. What if this fake app actually connected to my Dropbox and download the stored passwords? Many thanks for any suggestion. Andrea
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