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I was not sure where to post this problem that I am having. I have also contacted Dropbox about this issue - Enpass seems to load a Dropbox authentication webpage within it's application but I'm not entirely sure where to turn. I have been using the Enpass app on all of my Windows phones for over a year with no problems. I recently purchased an HP Elite X3 mobile phone and installed Enpass on it last night. I selected Dropbox as the cloud service for storage of my password file data and the app displayed a login webpage generated by Dropbox's cloud service. That webpage lists that recaptcha is the auth service that is used. I entered my login credentials on the page and tapped on the login button and the page just displays a loading icon but nothing else happens after that. I literally left my phone on that page all night and it never finished the login. This morning, I tried several more times but it never loads. When I press the BACK button on my phone, i receive the message "Not able to connect to Dropbox. Please check Internet connectivity." My internet connection is perfectly fine and I even have the Dropbox mobile app installed and logged in on my phone so I really need help troubleshooting this problem. I tested two of the other cloud services from within the app and they both work fine (Box.net and OneDrive). Once again, I have posted this problem in the Dropbox forum, as well. HP Elite X3 OS Build 10.0.152543369
I use Enpass in my Lumia 950, and it works just fine. I only have one problem with it. I have set the app to unlock using Windows Hello. The flow for this is: I open the app The app displays the Windows Hello dialog and authenticates me I have to tap "OK" to open the app This last step is what really bothers me. First, it shouldn't exist. When Windows Hello recognizes me, the app should just open. Second: if I take too long to confirm (more than a couple of seconds), Windows Hello will try to recognize me again (and this time it will fail). I think this is a problem with Microsoft's implementation of Windows Hello, but if there is anything you can do about it, it would be great.