Because I would like to start using Boxcryptor on my Desktop PC's I'm wondering how 'comfortable' or even practical the usage scenario would be on my Android smartphone!
When I sync my Dropbox with DropSync I simply have to open the KeePassDroid database from the sync-folder.
How will I be able to open this database when BoxCryptor comes into play??
I surely cannot point KeePassDroid to the encrypted folder - useless because encrypted . . .
To access the encrypted database on Android - in opposite to the desktop app where it gets mounted as a drive - I would have to open the BoxCryptor app.
So before trying and risking a couple of hours and even safety of my files ;-)
I thought to better ask here . . .
On Android there is no way of opening the encrypted files without opening the BoxCryptor app, right?!
For me this would mean that I always would have to open BoxCryptor and then open the KeePassDroid database - a bit uncomfortable campared to the desktop scenario . . .
DropSync because it detects changes and syncs by a scheduler etc.
(more precise than the nativ dropboy app's favorite-feature [offline-usage])
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