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  1. kordi

    kordi Member This Topic's Starter

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    As no one replied to my previous post I decided to change the thread a little bit ....
     

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  2. kordi

    kordi Member This Topic's Starter

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    Anybody?

    After hours of search I would be in fact willing to pay 12$ per year as I am sick and tired of searching ... However what I discovered is that LastPass has one major drawback. IT DOES NOT WORK OFFLINE!!!!!!!! I need internet connection in order to be able to be able to view my passwords.

    Can it be bypassed somehow?
     
  3. teg0804

    teg0804 New Member

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    I use 1password on my Mac, PC & my SGS and have my 1password data file saved in Dropbox so my passwords gets updated in the cloud straight away, accessing the same up-to-date passwords on any devices connected to the Dropbox server.
    I've tried few different applications over the years and found this set up to be the best.
     
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    kordi Member This Topic's Starter

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    Today I tried similar thing with keepass. It still isn't exactly what I was looking for still it's free and it's almost what I wanted so I will not bitch about it. I am satisfied as for now :).
     
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    I use LastPass and to be honest I had no idea it didn't work offline!! (I must always be online...).
     
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    1password works in offline mode as well.
    It automatically syncs the data whenever it detects the connection but when it's offline it uses last synced data.
     
  7. w_bovine

    w_bovine Well-Known Member

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    Oh heck...I didn't realize that either. When I had it on my BlackBerry I could have sworn you could choose between going online or logging into a database stored on the phone. Perhaps this is a limitation of the Android version.
     

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