Frequently asked questions about using Password Cloud
The first time you open the app you are prompted to create a password to log in. It will be the only password you have to remember, because, for reasons of security, it can not be restored. Then, through the app settings, you can change it to your liking.
In the main screen, you can enter new passwords by clicking the + button on the bottom right. If you do not find what you want in the list you are viewing, you can click Other.. and create fields at will to enter the new password.
You can navigate between the screens with the left menu. To open it, press the left button at the top of each page. In the menu, you have a list of the categories to which you've associated your passwords, and a button at the top, All passwords, where you can see the full list of all the passwords.
Pro trial period lasts for 14 days, then all Pro features will be disabled. Unlock all the features with a single in-app purchase.
Then you can always enter, edit, or delete passwords (forever), but some features will be disabled.
Unlocking the PRO version by purchasing in app, you'll have (forever) , all features unlocked and you'll never have to pay again.
No subscription type is required, but only a single purchase.
By activating automatic synchronization with DropBox, you have two important benefits:
1. If you have several Android devices, or you want to share passwords with your family, you can do it easily by activating sync with the Cloud using the same account on all devices.
2. Sync lets you always have a backup file with all of your passwords.
Remember to always grant permissions when required, otherwise this and many other operations will not work.
Password Cloud is an app that uses a 256-bit encryption method, probably do not know what it means, but it is the latest technology in computer security, which is also used at military level.
All your passwords will be stored in a Password_Cloud.db file. As explained above, this file is encrypted and it is impossible to cracking it. The Password_Cloud.db file can be opened only through the Password Cloud app, in the Android version or the desktop version and only with your password. It cannot be opened with a simple File Manager or whatever.
If a malicious person is in possession of your phone and will try to enter the primary password to display your data, Password Cloud allows some unlocking attempts, after which all passwords will be completely deleted.
You can set the number of unlock attempts easily by using the app settings.
All! Some examples of what Password Cloud is doing.
You can store credit card details, user names and passwords of websites, secret codes (eg home alarms), secret contacts, secret pictures, etc. In short, everything that remains secret for you, you can store it in Password Cloud.
If the app is open and your device's screen turns off, or if you click the HOME button, when you re-open Password Cloud, it will ask you again the master password.
Open Password Cloud and go to the settings, then click Manual backup. Password Cloud, created a file with the name Password_Cloud.db, it's located in the root of the device. That encrypted file, contains all your passwords.
Now, copy that file to the root of the other device, open Password Cloud and click the Settings button, then click Restore.
Remember to always grant permissions when required, otherwise this and many other operations will not work.
The only way to recover the master password is to have your email stored in the app. During recovery, the app generates a temporary password that will be immediately sent to your email. You will need to enter it and then set a new master password.
To back up your data manually, simply go to Settings, Backup and Restore. The application creates an encrypted file with the name Password_Cloud.db, inside the phone. Warning: when requested, accept the permissions, otherwise the backup will not be performed.
Settings > Backup and restore > Export to PDF.
The application creates a PDF file with all your passwords inside. The PDF file is encrypted with the same password with which you log in to the app.
To restore the data manually, after the backup is created, just go to Settings, Backup and Restore. At that point select the Password_Cloud file, the data will be imported into the application.
You have 2 ways to transfer app data to other devices:

Enable synchronization with Google Drive or DropBox, in this way the data transfer will be automatic on all your devices, including the desktop version.
Enable synchronization on the first phone (the one where you have the data in Password Cloud),
> Settings > Automatic synchronization > click on a Cloud icon and continue to Login

On the second phone, at the first installation, click Restoring data from the Cloud, now select the Cloud and log in with the same account .. Now the device data will always be synchronized.
**Remember to always use the same Google account on all devices, otherwise data synchronization will not be possible.

> Settings > Backup and restore > manual backup
Save the encrypted file Password_Cloud.db in a location on your device.
At this point, find the encrypted filePassword_Cloud.db just saved and transfer (via USB cable, Bluetooth, WiFi, etc.) to the new device, in any position.

On the new device
> Settings > Backup and restore > Manual restore
Via the screen, select the encrypted file Password_Cloud.db, if data exists, it will be overwritten.
To restore data from the Cloud (make sure you have enabled synchronization previously), when you first start the app, select the item Restoring data from the Cloud. If the file is present, the application will download it and import it.