1. anibb's Avatar
    I have seen several questions of others on this subject matter, and some interesting answers. Yet I am unable to follow the provided directions...

    My interest is to transfer all Passwords from my good old Q10 to the new Keyone BUT, not through the cloud which I don't trust anymore. I want to use only the SD card to do that.

    1. I did save the Q10 passwords to a file on the SD card there. That was easy.
    2. I did remove that SD card from the Q10 and inserted it correctly in the Keyone. Easy too...
    3. Opened the Password Keeper on the Keyone
    4. Went to the top left "menu" and opened the "Settings"
    5. There I opened the "Import/Export" and were introduced with 4 options. The first one says: "Import Passwords"
    6. Clicked on that, and a list of bunch of files appears - but none of these is on the SD card...!?


    Question: where is the SD card listed on the Keyone and how would I import from it the passwords which should be there from my Q10 ??? I would really appreciate a step by step guidance from anyone here.

    Thank you.
    02-15-18 11:14 PM
  2. Bla1ze's Avatar
    - Open Password Keeper
    - Go to settings>Import/Export
    - The will launch your file browser and likely dump you into 'Recent'
    - Tap the 3 lines in the top left, and your SD card should be listed on the side
    - Tap on SD Card and browse to where you saved the Password Keeper backup
    02-15-18 11:42 PM

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