On a Nexus 7 tablet, how do you access a decrypted BoxCryptor file using an Android application?
I’ve got Google Drive and BoxCryptor installed on my Windows XP laptop. I’m using KeePass Password Safe on my laptop and saving the data file to the drive Z: BoxCryptor Virtual drive for encrypted backup to Google Drive.
The Nexus 7 tablet has Google Drive installed and I just installed the BoxCryptor Android app (ver 1.3.1) from Google Play.
Also have the Android app of KeePass Password Safe installed and working on the Nexus 7.
On the Nexus 7, I run Google Drive to sync the files from the Google Drive cloud.
If I start BoxCryptor to get a list of decrypted files and drill down to the KeePass data file, and touch this KeePass data file, KeePass will open and load the data file into KeePass.
However, when I start the KeePass app directly, and attempt to load the same file (that I drilled down to in BoxCryptor), I get the message “File Not Found”.
Apparently BoxCryptor doesn’t have a equivalent virtual drive Z where applications can access the decrypted files. So, KeePass is looking for a file that basically doesn’t exist because BoxCryptor is not running to decrypted it. Thus, I can’t directly load the KeePass file with the KeePass app.
Is there a solution where I can start the KeePass app and be able to load the latest downloaded, decrypted, KeePass file from Google Drive?
Or, do I need to always start KeePass by drilling down to the data file through BoxCryptor?