The Local sync option allows you to synchronize your encrypted Sticky Password database between any two of your devices over your local Wi-Fi or other local network (wired LAN).
Local sync is supported on devices that have Sticky Password installed on them: computers, smartphones and tablets running Windows, macOS, Android or iOS. To take advantage of all the benefits of syncing your data, make sure that you’re using Sticky Password Premium. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to use Local sync between your PC and an Android device.
Before we start, make sure that:
Unlock Sticky Password on your Android device, then tap the menu button in the top right corner and select Settings.
Click Synchronization Settings.
Tap Sync methods to reveal the available options.
Select Local over Wi-Fi.
Open Sticky Password and click the small dropdown arrow of the sync settings button in the lower left corner: select Sync – local.
This will launch the popup dialog showing you the available devices that you are able to sync with. From the list that appears, select the device that you want to synchronize with and click Sync.
If this is the first time you’ll be synchronizing with the selected device, a dialog will appear with a PIN that you’ll need to enter in the other device – in this example, this is our Android device. For security purposes, the PIN needs to be entered in the target device within 30 seconds, or you will have to generate a new PIN on your PC.
Enter the PIN when prompted on your Android device and tap OK.
Your PC and Android device will now synchronize the encrypted Sticky Password database between themselves. The date and time of the last sync is always displayed at the bottom of the main Sticky Password dialog window.
If local sync doesn't work correctly (for example, because the devices cannot see each other), make sure that: