LockBox Pro backup

dwcliff

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I've been using a great little app called LockBox Pro that stores all my user ids and passwords, etc. It would take a great deal of time to reenter all the info I've saved on my iPhone. It has made me curious, since there is no backup option via the web from the company itself whether all my info is being backed up when I connect to iTunes.

Simply put....if I had to restore my iPhone from an iTunes backup would all the entries be restored on LockBox Pro?
 

iFerd

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Jul 20, 2007
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I am reasonably sure that if you need to restore your phone from an iTunes backup that you will get those data back. But I would be nervous too. I wouldn't use an application like that that didn't have a backup method I could get at independent of the phone. That is, I want a desktop companion or a solution in the "cloud." For really sensitive stuff, I prefer not to put it on anyone else's server, no matter how encrypted it is. Paranoia, I suppose.
 

petersecher

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Jun 8, 2009
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LockBox Pro

I am also looking for back up to LockBox Pro since I had absolutely no back up when my iPhone crashed a month ago. In fact - LockBox pro cannot stand alone. I would like to see alternatives with backup facility. :confused:

I've been using a great little app called LockBox Pro that stores all my user ids and passwords, etc. It would take a great deal of time to reenter all the info I've saved on my iPhone. It has made me curious, since there is no backup option via the web from the company itself whether all my info is being backed up when I connect to iTunes.

Simply put....if I had to restore my iPhone from an iTunes backup would all the entries be restored on LockBox Pro?
 

iFerd

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Jul 20, 2007
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I am also looking for back up to LockBox Pro since I had absolutely no back up when my iPhone crashed a month ago. In fact - LockBox pro cannot stand alone. I would like to see alternatives with backup facility. :confused:
If you want a password manager with backup to its own desktop application, SplashID is a great product. The iPhone app and desktop app cost $30 for the pair, if that is an issue.
 

Max(IT)

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Just restored my phone (new iPhone 3G S) from iTunes backup: all Lockbox Pro's data lost !!! :mad:

I'm very upset ...
 

Spunkymunky

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Apr 14, 2016
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LockBox Pro

I am also looking for back up to LockBox Pro since I had absolutely no back up when my iPhone crashed a month ago. In fact - LockBox pro cannot stand alone. I would like to see alternatives with backup facility. :confused:
[doublepost=1505847788][/doublepost]I love lockbox pro. I haven’t been able to open it since installing os11.
I hope they fix it.
 

kachina200

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Sep 21, 2017
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[doublepost=1505847788][/doublepost]I love lockbox pro. I haven’t been able to open it since installing os11.
I hope they fix it.
[doublepost=1506038316][/doublepost]I’m having the same issue
they say lockbox pro has to be updated
i’ve went everywhere and read everything and can’t find anything on Gee technologies
to update their app
 

twdawson

macrumors regular
I use "safe in cloud". Been using it for years as it is cross platform and you can sync the data anywhere you want. I personally use Dropbox for the data but you can use all the major providers.

It has a desktop application as well.
The pro version costs £4.99 I think and works really well.
You can use the free version as you get pro features for a limited time to try it out.
 

tomg1551

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Sep 25, 2017
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[doublepost=1506038316][/doublepost]I’m having the same issue
they say lockbox pro has to be updated
i’ve went everywhere and read everything and can’t find anything on Gee technologies
to update their app

Same issue. All that info is GONE! Gee needs to step up!!
 

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