Copy an existing Repository to iOS Device

PWMinder passwords are stored in a Repository file.  If you have an existing Repository file on your Desktop Computer, you can easily copy it to your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.

Top copy an existing PWMinder Repository file (.pwm file), you will need to have an existing .pwm file on your Desktop Computer, have iTunes installed on your Computer, and have iPWMinder installed on your device.

To begin, start iTunes and then connect your iOS device.  Your device should show up under Devices.  Click on your device, and then click on Apps.  On the Apps tab, scroll to the bottom, to the File Sharing section; this section will list the Apps that support File Sharing.  Click on iPWMinder. To add a file, click on the Add button, and then browse to find the file you want to add.  Note: the file should have a .pwm extension.  After adding the file, it will be displayed under the iPWMinder Document sections.

At this point, you can eject your device and then start iPWMinder and the Repository file should now be available.

For more details instructions, including screen shots, please visit the How To article: How to Copy an existing .pwm file to iPWMinder

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2012-11-26 19:39:14 UTC
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