If you have oneSafe on an Apple device (iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch or Mac) and want to transfer that information into oneSafe on an Android device, it’s very easy to do! Just use synching via Dropbox to synch your oneSafe data across all your devices (whether they’re Apple or Android).
This page describes another way you may wish to use to transfer your oneSafe data from your Apple device into an Android device. The first step is to make a backup of your oneSafe content on the iOS (Apple) device.
Making a backup with oneSafe for iPhone and iPad
1. Go to the “Settings” screen and select “Backup.”
2. Hit “Export.”
3. Type in an encryption key. This is essentially a password to unlock your data at a later time. Please remember your encryption key, as you’ll need it to restore the backup later. Enter the encryption key again in the “Confirm” field, then hit “Next.”
5. At this point, oneSafe has created the backup file, but still holds this file. There are three different ways to export this file for storage – using iTunes, Wi-Fi or email. The most convenient option for importing into your Android device would be “Send by email.” So choose this option and send the email with the attached backup file to your own email account.
Importing the backup file into oneSafe for Android
1. Tap on the menu button (three vertical dots) that you see on the attached backup file when you open the email on your Android device. The “Save” option will appear. Hit “Save” and the backup file will show as “Saved.”
2. Open oneSafe on your Android device, go to “Settings” in the top right menu and select “Import.” You will see the backup file listed. Tap on it and enter the file’s encryption key. You will then need to choose whether you want to “Append” the new data to your current content (i.e. keep the current content and add the new data to it) or whether you want to “Replace” the content you already have (i.e. erase your current content in the process).
3. The contents of oneSafe from your iOS device will then be added to oneSafe on your Android device. Mission accomplished!