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  1. I had previously registered Enpass Pro on my Windows 10 PC. The new pricing had no effect on my two existing Android devices, a phone and a tablet. I paid $12 each many months before the new Enpass Pro pricing. I just upgraded my Enpass apps like any normal upgrade on the Google Play Store. When the registration pop up appeared on the android devices, I simply chose already registered. I then entered the code sent to my gmail address, and now I can have Enpass Pro on any additional devices for free. The Enpass crew has apparently decided to reward their loyal customers who had made a previous purchase with the Enpass Pro version for all devices with the same registration. Thank you Enpass. The new Enpass Pro pricing eventually beats the recurring yearly price of many many password managers. I left LastPass and went to Enpass more than a year ago.
  2. I posted this same topic today here: Home> General discussion> Enpass Support & Troubleshooting>Desktop> Windows PC> Enpass Sync does not work correctly. Afterwards, I then found Home> General discussion> Hot topics> Cloud Sync. I did not know about this posting location on the enpass discussion forum, so I apologize for the double post. I'm confused about sync in WHERE database overwriting takes place, and if I can choose the overwriting direction. What if I want to overwrite my local device with what is on the cloud? What if I want to keep what is on my device and overwrite the cloud with new or changed information? Example: I had a weak password on SOME*website*.com, so (on my Windows 10 PC) I logged into Enpass and generated a strong password for SOMEwebsite.com, then saved the new entry. I also logged onto SOME*website*.com and changed my password to the stronger one that Enpass generated. Then I synced to my cloud on Google Drive. Afterwards I logged onto my enpass account on an Android tablet. I synced to my Google Drive cloud, but the password entry of SOME*website*.com within Enpass on my Android tablet was unchanged from the previous weaker password. I tried this same kind of password modification on a different website, first using my Android tablet, then relogging onto Enpass on my Windows 10 PC, and syncing with similar results...the password did not change on the Windows PC. I've synced Enpass on Windows10, and on two Android devices. There were several missing log-in entries on each device, even after re-syncing a few more times. So,.... Enpass syncing is not working correctly on my devices. I had to manually delete and/or add Enpass changed log-ins (and a secure note) on all three of my devices, so that each has the same information as the other two devices. Why is there not some kind of switch within Enpass to either 1. Sync to the cloud (overwriting the cloud) from the respective device when changes are made on the device. OR 2. Sync to the device (overwriting the device) from the cloud which was changed from a different device. Installed Enpass versions: Win10-5.6.10, Android phone-6.0.8.215, Android tablet-5.0.3.1 I don't see why different versions would make any difference since all of them sync to my Google Drive.
  3. The menu seems the same on my android tablet (Enpass version 6.0.3.1), and on my android smartphone (Enpass version 6.0.8.215). With either one, I click near the top left corner on the three horizontal lines just to the left of "All Items", then I click on the gear symbol near the bottom right corner. Under "Settings" I click on "Vaults", then I click on "Primary". Under "Synchronize" my devices each have Google Drive. Yours should be OneDrive. I did not go any further. Since you need to change yours, try and see what clicking "DISCONNECT" under "ACCOUNT INFO", and see what that does for you.
  4. Previosly posted June 16 (edited and reposted because no support or answers have been given) I'm confused about sync in WHERE database overwriting takes place, and if I can choose the overwriting direction. What if I want to overwrite my local device with what is on the cloud? What if I want to keep what is on my device and overwrite the cloud with new or changed information? Example: I had a weak password on SOME*website*.com, so (on my Windows 10 PC) I logged into Enpass and generated a strong password for SOMEwebsite.com, then saved the new entry. I also logged onto SOME*website*.com and changed my password to the stronger one that Enpass generated. Then I synced to my cloud on Google Drive. Afterwards I logged onto my enpass account on an Android tablet. I synced to my Google Drive cloud, but the password entry of SOME*website*.com within Enpass on my Android tablet was unchanged from the previous weaker password. I tried this same kind of password modification on a different website, first using my Android tablet, then relogging onto Enpass on my Windows 10 PC, and syncing with similar results...the password did not change on the Windows PC. I've synced Enpass on Windows10, and on two Android devices. There were several missing log-in entries on each device, even after re-syncing a few more times. So,.... Enpass syncing is not working correctly on my devices. I had to manually delete and/or add Enpass changed log-ins (and a secure note) on all three of my devices, so that each has the same information as the other two devices. Why is there not some kind of switch within Enpass to either 1. Sync to the cloud (overwriting the cloud) from the respective device when changes are made on the device. OR 2. Sync to the device (overwriting the device) from the cloud which was changed from a different device. Installed Enpass versions: Win10-5.6.10, Android phone-6.0.8.215, Android tablet-5.0.3.1 I don't see why different versions would make any difference since all of them sync to my Google Drive.
  5. Go to this website: Download and Install GApps for Lineage OS GApps is both hardware and software dependent. You must select the right GApps for your phone's processor and for your phone's version of Android. Any changes you make to your own phone are your responsibility. Have a good idea as to what you are doing.....you may brick your phone.
  6. repostin after 5 weeks of no replies
  7. Oh, another thank you wmc, your (endingly disgruntled) post was goodly detailed with plenty of glitches. That post took a timely account of your problems with Enpass version 6.*.*. Thanks to you, the next version will fix these bugs that you posted.
  8. My android device had some unexplainable glitch. I am going to edit my Google Play Store review for Enpass 6.0 to 5 stars again. Although I'm still cautiously keeping version 5.6.10 on my Win10 PC.
  9. Lastpass also failed to import into Enpass, because lastpass exported only .html format, not .csv like I could export back in 2017. It was time consuming (days) but it was worth moving them into Enpass one by one, so I could ditch Lastpass. Do this gradually in your spare time, while starting to get used to free Enpass, until you can ditch your proprietary subscription of your other password manager.
  10. I laboriously copied over 200 websites and passwords into enpass, and then ditched lastpass. Lastpass would not export .csv but only would export .html, which enpass would not import.
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