Keepass on Blackberry 10

To get keepass up and running on your BB10 follow the following steps:

1)  Log into do drop box on your Blackberry

For keyboard Blackberrys – while on your home screen, type “drop”.  This will open the Blackberry assistant with “drop” already typed in.

For full touch Blackberrys – while on the home screen, touch the magnifying glass (bottom of screen in the middle).  This will open the blackberry assistant, touch in the input field to bring up the keyboard and type “drop”

You should now see this on your Blackberry

Assistant

Click on “Connect to Dropbox”  this will launch the Dropbox app. Follow through the wizard, you should see the following windows in order.

Drop loginIMG_20150301_091941IMG_20150301_092016

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Step 2 Download the Keepass app from Blackberry world.

For keyboard Blackberrys – while on your home screen, type “world”.  This will open the Blackberry assistant with “world” already typed in.

For full touch Blackberrys – while on the home screen, touch the magnifying glass (bottom of screen in the middle).  This will open the blackberry assistant, touch in the input field to bring up the keyboard and type “world”

You should now see this on your BlackberryIMG_20150301_094752

Press on Blackberry world Icon, when it opens, click on magnifying glass (bottom middle)IMG_20150301_094808

type “kpd”IMG_20150301_094838

Select KPD (KeePass) and download it.

3) Configure KPD on you Blackberry

For keyboard Blackberrys – while on your home screen, type “file”.  This will open the Blackberry assistant with “drop” already typed in.

For full touch Blackberrys – while on the home screen, touch the magnifying glass (bottom of screen in the middle).  This will open the blackberry assistant, touch in the input field to bring up the keyboard and type “file”

You should now see this on your Blackberry, touch”File Manager”IMG_20150301_102036

You are now in the file manager app.  Touch the 3 bars at the bottom left of your screen.IMG_20150301_102113

Touch Dropbox and navigate to your keepass fileIMG_20150301_102120

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Touch you keepass file, this will lauch KPD and open it something that looks like this.  Most likely the blue check mark will be missing, touch the little square to toggle it on, then touch the password field, type in your password and touch OKIMG_20150301_102552

You will probably get this warning.  It’s always a good idea to make a backup copy of your keepass file every so often.  Touch OK and voila you now have your cloud based keepass file open.IMG_20150301_102704

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I am a seasoned technology Director with more than 20 years experience in the Telecommunications Industry. During my career at Bell-Northern research and Nortel Networks, I was always at the front end of technology innovation and introduction. I was intimately involved with planning the following major network discontinuities. • Replacement of analogue switches by digital switches • The deployment of local CCS7 and Calling Line ID services • The introduction of optical transmission systems followed by SONET and Bi-directional protections switching • The convergence of Optical Networking and the Computer Industry with a key focus on Storage Networking. I hold 2 joint patents, one of which launched a new optical packet switching product and triggered competitors to respond in kind and to the establishment of a standards forum. Since leaving Nortel in 2002, I have enjoyed the most satisfying career as an eNerd at Nerds on Site. Every day I get to help people and solve their problems.

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I am a seasoned technology Director with more than 20 years experience in the Telecommunications Industry. During my career at Bell-Northern research and Nortel Networks, I was always at the front end of technology innovation and introduction. I was intimately involved with planning the following major network discontinuities. • Replacement of analogue switches by digital switches • The deployment of local CCS7 and Calling Line ID services • The introduction of optical transmission systems followed by SONET and Bi-directional protections switching • The convergence of Optical Networking and the Computer Industry with a key focus on Storage Networking. I hold 2 joint patents, one of which launched a new optical packet switching product and triggered competitors to respond in kind and to the establishment of a standards forum. Since leaving Nortel in 2002, I have enjoyed the most satisfying career as an eNerd at Nerds on Site. Every day I get to help people and solve their problems.

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