Importing a Lockr
If you have a Lockr that you have already previously created you can import it.

There are various import options.

Kuffs Password Safe
If you used our earlier app "Kuffs Password Safe" (KPS) and the app is installed with a working wallet, you can import the wallet directly into Lockrz. Step by step instructions are given here but first please read the rest of this page.

Note that this option will not appear if there is no wallet that can be imported. 
For example, if you have a wallet named "HomeData" in KPS, it will only be available to import if you  do not already have a Lockr named "HomeData".
Import from KPS is also only available from the latest version so make sure you are using the latest version of KPS from Play Store.

Your Password Safe database must use 256 Bit encryption and you must be using either a password or a pin number. You can change these settings in Password Safe from the "Change Password" screen.

Note that some data will NOT be transferred as they are handled differently in Lockrz.
 Image fields
 Custom Icons.
 Group Headers.
 Ice & Favourite selections.

If you have previously synced a Lockr with Dropbox, you can import it again by using this option.

Google Drive
If you have previously synced a Lockr with Google Drive, you can import it again by using this option.

Device Storage
If you have any saved Lockrz on your device, the option to import them will automatically appear. There are two possible locations on your device that are checked for saved Lockrz depending on whether you gave the app permission to use your USB Storage when they were created. 

As each phone manufacturer could possibly store these in a different place, the easiest way to check which folder is used on your device is to create a new Lockr, add a "Device Storage" sync provider and the info message that appears after creating will tell you the exact path that the files are stored in.


Device running Android 5 (Lollipop) or earlier
When running on Android 5, Lockrz is automatically given full access to your device storage so will always save your data in its own folder.
This would usually be: /storage/emulated/0/Lockrz By Kuffs and is the preferred location as it easier to locate on the device.

Device running Android 6 (Marshmallow) or later
If you give Lockrz permission to access your storage, the location will be the same as for Android 5.

If you denied Lockrz this permission, data is saved in the apps own assigned storage folder as that is the only folder it has access to.
This would usually be located at: /storage/emulated/0/Android/data/

If you give permissions to use the external storage and then later revoke this permission in your device settings, the location of any new backups will change to the alternate location but any files already created will remain where they were.