Backup Utility - Help

Backup Utility Support: Passdiary iOS and Android app for MAC & Windows

To download the password storage management utility, Visit support page by Passdiary Backup Utility

  • Please Note : To buy the Backup Utility, you need Wi-Fi connection enabled on your device to make the purchase.

  • On your Computer, open the Backup Utility software that you downloaded and installed from support page as here

  • Open the Backup Utility feature of the Passdiary password storage management application on your device

  • Connect your device with your Computer using Wi-Fi connection. Please see the steps below for this and other operations

Takeing the backup utility from phone
status of backup process
Click Add
Enter your name
Export function processing
Password assigning for Import and Export function
Export request detected
Import procedure
Import request detection
Application prompt for password
revert option
Confirmation for performing revert
how to backup the utility in mac
.epk file in mac
Password for .epk file
Account selection
Excel export
saving the specific file
Doc export
Specify the file to save
Open the password files
select the .epk file
enter the password for .epk file
select the account
Excel export
saving a specific file
Doc Export
Specific file to save
Steps Post Java Installation:
  • 01 Set the PATH variable permanently, add the full path of the jdk1.7.0\bin directory to the PATH variable. Typically, this full path looks something like C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.7.0\bin. Set the PATH variable as follows on Microsoft Windows.

  • 02 Click Start, then Control Panel, then System.

  • 03 Click Advanced, then Environment Variables.

  • 04 Add the location of the bin folder of the JDK installation for the PATH variable in System Variables. The following is a typical value for the PATH variable: Example: C:\WINDOWS\system32;C:\WINDOWS;C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.7.0\bin

  • 05 The PATH environment variable is separated by semicolons (;).

After the above Steps do the following steps to check Java is installed successfully.
  • 01 Click on Start Menu & Open Command Prompt.

  • 02 Type in the command java -version & hit enter.

  • 03 It shall show you the current installed version of Java that means you have successfully installed Java. (Refer to attached screen shot).

  • Now follow the steps mentioned on the link below after running the Backup Utility to successfully import/export your passwords.

Issues installing utility
issue installing backup utility
issues installing backup utility