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I can not for the life of me figure out how to fix this. Anyone else experiencing this or is it just me? Using my Android 9 phone, if enable pin to unlock, press home, open Enpass, it asks for the pin - all good. But if I view recently used apps, click the x, then open Enpass, it asks for the master password, even-though pin is still enabled in settings; if I enable fingerprint, it asks for that every-time too. My previous Android 6 phone, I open recent apps, click the garbage icon, open Enpass, it asks for my pin and not master password - the way I'm used to. Back to my Android 9. I've disabled developer options, disabled all app blocking, disabled battery optimization, but it still doesn't behave properly. I've searched online trying to find a solution, but nothing I've come across has helped. I am so lost and confused trying to fix this, any ideas?
I enabled fingerprint unlocking, and it seemed to work for awhile, but now it's asking for my master password every-time I open the app. Disabled fingerprint, enabled pin, re-open the app, master password again, even-though it shows pin is enabled in the settings. Decided to install Bitwarden and compare, enabled fingerprint, and it worked. Disabled fingerprint, enabled pin, reopened Bitwarden, it asks for the pin. Then re-opened Enpass again, asks for master password. Why isn't pin or fingerprint work with Enpass on my phone? Enpass 188.8.131.52 Umidigi F1 Android 9
After upgrading my One Plus 5 to the latest Android Pie build, I've encountered an issue when enabling the accessibility option for enpass. When enabled, the multi tasking windows gets extremely laggy and slow. As soon as I disabled the accessibility option, it works normal. Is this some kind of unintended bug?