Have been toying with moving to Android from IOS and resurrected an unused Android phone, ported my data and installed Android 1password. Did a WLAN Sync when I first installed it to sync my repository from the PC. Trial version has just expired, and no longer usable.
I have a Windows/Mac license of 1password I have been using, with IOS clients on phones. I don't remember having to purchase the pro version on IOS to continue use, but seems I can't continue to use the Android version without buying a pro license, is that correct? Is there a difference in this regard between the Android and IOS versions? It is possible I had to enter my license information into the IOS clients, can't remember, but doesn't seem to be this possibility on the Android version.
I'm going back to my IOS device, but have tried to do a WLAN sync of the updated 1password repository on the weekend after getting the expiry notification, however, not working. Wondering if WLAN sync is also disabled after the trial expiry, if so, does that mean I have to buy the $15 license to get the modified data off my Android device?
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