How to Import Your Passwords into KeePass Touch

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Are you looking for a secure and convenient way to import your passwords into KeePass Touch? If so, you’ve come to the right place! With KeePass Touch, you can easily and securely import your passwords from other password management solutions. In this blog post, we’ll explain how to import your passwords into KeePass Touch.

KeePass Touch is an easy-to-use password manager that allows you to keep all of your passwords in one safe, secure location. It’s available as a mobile app and web service, so it can easily be used anywhere. To get started, simply download the app or sign up for the web service.

Once you have KeePass Touch set up, the next step is to import your passwords from other services. This can be done by using the “Import” feature in KeePass Touch. Here are the steps for importing your passwords:

1. Open KeePass Touch and select “Import” from the main menu.
2. Select the type of file you want to import (e.g., CSV, KDBX).
3. Choose which service you want to import from (e.g., Lastpass).
4. Enter in any necessary credentials (e.g., username, password).
5. Select which items you want to import (e.g., website logins).
6. Click “Import” and wait for the process to finish!
7. Your imported items will now be visible in KeePass Touch!

And that’s it – importing your passwords into KeePass Touch is that simple! With this feature, you can quickly and securely transition between password management services without having to manually enter each login credential again. And with its powerful encryption technology, you can rest assured that all of your data is kept secure at all times!

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Importing Files Into KeePass

To import a file into KeePass, you need to first open the application and select a document or folder in the Navigation panel. Then, on the Data tab in the Import group, click on More -> KeePass V2.x File (.kdbx). This will bring up a window where you can select the file you want to import. Once you choose your file and click Open, the import process will begin. Depending on what type of file you’re importing (for example, a .kdbx file), additional steps may be required during the import process before everything is finished.

Importing a CSV File into KeePass

To import a CSV file into KeePass, first, open the KeePass application and select “File > Import” from the menu. Next, choose “Keepass CSV 1.x” as the Format, then select the file you want to import and click OK. The imported data will be displayed in the KeePass window and can now be used in your database.

Transferring KeePass to Another Computer

Transferring your KeePass password database to another computer is a simple process. First, you need to make sure that the version of KeePass installed on both computers is the same. Then, run the standard version of KeePass on the computer where your existing password database resides and click ‘Export’ from the File menu. Choose ‘KeePass KDBX 2.x’ as the export format (as this format is encrypted), then input the file path to where you want to save your exported database and click ‘OK’. Once exported, copy or transfer the file to your other computer and open it with KeePass. You will be asked for a master password; once entered, your passwords will be imported into KeePass on the new computer.

Logging Into KeePass on a New Computer

To log into KeePass on a new computer, you’ll need to have access to the database file (.kdb) and the master key that you used previously. First, open KeePass on the new computer by going to the File menu and selecting Open… Then, browse to and select the database file that you previously saved. When KeePass prompts for your master key, enter it to access your account. If you use a key file instead of a master password, make sure it’s accessible on the new computer or copied over from the old one.

Exporting and Importing a KeePass Database

Exporting a KeePass database is an easy process that will allow you to move your password database to another computer or device. To export a KeePass database, first, open the standard version of KeePass where your existing password database resides. Click Export from the File menu and select the desired export format (KeePass KDBX 2.x is recommended, as this format is encrypted). Input the file to where you want to password database exported, then click OK.

Importing a KeePass database is also simple. First, open the standard version of KeePass and click Import from the File menu. Then, select the file you wish to import and press OK. Your passwords will now be imported into your KeePass database for use on any device or computer.


KeePass Touch is an easy-to-use and secure password manager that allows you to import your existing KeePass V2 (.kdbx) files. It utilizes strong encryption algorithms to protect your data and has a simple, intuitive user interface. With KeePass Touch, you can quickly and easily import your existing KeePass files, allowing you to securely store all of your passwords, usernames, and other sensitive information in one place. Whether you’re looking for a simple but secure password manager or searching for an app to securely store confidential data, KeePass Touch offers the security and convenience you need.

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James Walker

James Walker has a deep passion for technology and is our in-house enthusiastic editor. He graduated from the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, and loves to test the latest gadgets and play with older software (something we’re still trying to figure out about himself). Hailing from Iowa, United States, James loves cats and is an avid hiker in his free time.