1. tkhamis's Avatar

    I recently returned to BB and I got the new Passport. So far it's been great, even key Android apps work better than expected.

    One app that I use is 1Password. I downloaded it from Snap app store, but can't seem to get it to work with Dropbox integration.

    When I try to link it up with Dropbox is opens a browser. I put in my credentials, click Allow to have 1Password access Dropbox, and then get a pop up window to open the 1Password app. However, when the app opens, I'm back to the screen where I get to select local or Dropbox sync.

    Has anyone managed to get it working, if so how? I've tried with 3 different browsers.
    11-20-14 05:21 PM
  2. chrispmoto's Avatar
    Sorry, can't answer that, but try Enpass, on BlackBerry world.
    It works great!

    Former 9900, Z10, and Z30 user and lover, but now Passport rocker!
    11-20-14 05:27 PM
  3. Dave Bourque's Avatar
    Or you could transfer your stuff to the native Password Keeper which works super great in 10.3

    Posted via CB10
    11-20-14 06:04 PM
  4. tkhamis's Avatar
    What I like about 1Passowrd is that the password database is available on all my devices (via Dropbox). So when I'm at work and update a password, it's updated anywhere I try to access it.

    Enpass seems to be a good alternative, I just need to see how well it works on the Mac and PC.
    11-21-14 08:29 AM
  5. duboisstephane0's Avatar
    I just tried and found that if you install dropbox from Snap and login, then open 1password and login the setting and go to cloud backup, having already logged in to dropbox snap version acts as a single logon and allows to send and sync in the cloud.

    Posted from my BlackBerry Passport on the Bell network
    tkhamis likes this.
    11-21-14 08:54 AM
  6. meagvg's Avatar
    Enpass is a very good alternative to 1Password.
    I use 1Password on the iPhone and Enpass on a Q10. My desktop/laptop are OSX.

    Enpass doesn't provide for local wifi sync (1PW does), which I prefer to cloud for reasons of security.
    Both programs operate well on OSX.

    The UI on Enpass isn't as slick as 1PW, but functionality is perfectly fine.

    My only issue is remembering to keep both password programs in sync, as there's no simple way to export/import. If you don't bounce back and forth between platforms, you should be okay.
    11-21-14 09:00 AM
  7. tkhamis's Avatar
    Thank you duboisstephane0. Your solution worked.

    I'm liking my new BB more and more.

    As far as Enpass, I read that it doesn't capture new passwords and that it doesn't allow for automatic login (on desktop). I like both those features,. I don't know if the review was recent or not though.
    pittster likes this.
    11-21-14 01:28 PM
  8. yannick hebert's Avatar
    I just find a way too. Go to your dropbox. Go to your file 1password. Click copy. Go to your device memory (not on SD card). Click paste and wait finish. Now go on 1password app. Sync with internal memory option and is work.

    I have use the 1password app from the playstore. Works for me

    Posted via CB10
    01-02-15 08:02 AM

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