iPWMinder stores passwords in a password Repository Files. This file can be easily copied and moved between your Desktop Computer and iOS device using iTunes.

To copy an existing PWMinder Repository file (.pwm file), you'll need to have an existing .pwm file on your Desktop Computer. This file could be created with PWMinder Desktop, PWMinder Android, or could have been previously copied from your iOS device.

To begin, start iTunes, connect your iOS device to your computer and open the Device in iTunes.

Under the Settings section, click on File Sharing.

A list of the Apps on your device that support File Sharing is shown. Click on iPWMinder.

To add a file, click on the Add File... button. This will open a file explorer or finder window with which you can browse to find the file you want to add.

Tip: the file will have a .pwm extension.

After adding the file, it will be displayed under the iPWMinder Document section:

At this point, you can eject your device and then start iPWMinder. From the Welcome Screen, tap on Open and the file you just copied should now be displayed on the Local Files tab. (See How to How To Open an Existing Repository file, for more details.)

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