Autofill Setup for Android

Setup guide for autofill feature using KeeperFill on Android phones and tablets

KeeperFill

KeeperFill allows you to quickly create and autofill passwords in web browsers such as Chrome and Firefox as well as all other 3rd Party Applications.

KeeperFill in Web Browsers and Apps

KeeperFill Set Up

Before you can use the KeeperFill feature on your device's browsers and apps, you need you need to perform a few set up steps:

  1. Download the Keeper App from the Play Store or directly from the Keeper Download page.

  2. Login to the Keeper app and tap the Navigation Drawer (three horizontal lines in upper-left corner of the app screen).

  3. Tap Settings.

  4. Tap the KeeperFill toggle to turn it "ON".

  5. The app will then walk you though a series of prompts with settings to activate, including:

  • Selecting Keeper in the Autofill service.

  • Enabling KeeperFill in the Installed services

  • Enabling KeeperFill in the Available virtual keyboard section.

  • Enabling Keeper to Display over other apps.

Take note of the KeeperFill instructions on the final screen. You are now ready to start using KeeperFill.

Android Version 8.0 and Newer

With Android Oreo (8.0) and newer, you can use Keeper to autofill apps and websites with our KeeperFill feature. KeeperFill allows you to create and fill passwords on Firefox and most other 3rd party applications (except Google Chrome, available on Android Pie (9.0) and newer).

Step-by-Step KeeperFill Instructions:

  1. Within your web browser application, navigate to the site you would like to visit. Once you are at the sign-in screen, if KeeperFill is enabled (using the set up instructions above), tap the login field.

  2. This will generate a dropdown menu, tap Sign in to Keeper.

  3. You will then be prompted to log in to your Keeper account.

  4. Once logged in, a KeeperFill dropdown menu appears containing the matched record (If there is no record match, tap the "+" to create a new record or tap the search icon to search for the record in your Vault).

  5. Tap the KeeperFill dropdown menu to autofill your credentials.

  6. You will be prompted to confirm the autofill action, tap YES.

  7. Your credentials will be autofilled, allowing you to sign-in.

Once you log in to your Keeper account, you will not be prompted to login again to utilize KeeperFill until your session times out.

Google Chrome on Android Version 8.0

Legacy KeeperFill can be used in Google Chrome on Android Oreo (8.0), with a custom, virtual Keeper keyboard that is activated by the user.

Step-by-Step KeeperFill Instructions:

  1. Within your web browser application, navigate to the site you would like to visit. Once you are at the sign-in screen, if KeeperFill is enabled (using the set up instructions above), tap the login field.

  2. Tap on your device's keyboard icon in the lower right of your screen.

  3. Select KeeperFill in the "Change keyboard" menu.

  4. You will then be prompted to log in to your Keeper account.

  5. Once logged in, you will be retuned to the site's sign-in screen, tap the login field.

  6. The KeeperFill keyboard will appear, containing the matched record.

  7. Tap the fill icon to autofill your credentials.

  8. You will be prompted to confirm the autofill action, tap YES.

  9. Your credentials will be autofilled, allowing you to sign-in.

Keeper Keyboard

Once you log in to your Keeper account, you will not be prompted to login again to utilize KeeperFill until your session times out.

Android Version 7.0 and Below

Legacy KeeperFill is also available for Android Nougat (7.0) and below, with a custom, virtual Keeper keyboard that is activated by the user.

Step-by-Step KeeperFill Instructions:

  1. Within your web browser application, navigate to the site you would like to visit. Once you are at the sign-in screen, if KeeperFill is enabled (using the set up instructions above), tap the login field.

  2. A small Keeper icon will appear in the upper right side of your screen (this is your Keeper keyboard switch. If it doesn't appear, select the KeeperFill keyboard from your device's notification drawer under "Select Keyboard").

  3. Tap the Keeper icon.

  4. The Keeper keyboard will appear, containing the matched record. Tap the fill icon to autofill your credentials.

  5. You will be prompted to confirm the autofill action, tap YES.

  6. Your credentials will be autofilled, allowing you to sign-in.

Keeper Keyboard Switch

KeeperFill on the Android App

Users have the option to auto-launch and fill their login credentials directly from the Keeper App. You can download the Keeper App from the Play Store or from the Keeper Download page. By long-pressing on a records's website URL, a pop-up will appear giving you the option to open the website with either a Browser or Keeper (in app-browser).​‌

OPTION 1: Open with Keeper‌

Upon auto-launching a website from your Vault and selecting Open with Keeper, your login credentials will appear at the top of your screen and are autofilled into site login forms.

Keeper in App Browser - Credentials Autofilled with KeeperFill

Step-by-Step KeeperFill Instructions:‌

  1. Once you are at the site's sign-in screen, your login and password will be autofilled and you are able to sign-in.

  2. If your credentials are not autofilled, they will appear at the top of your screen.

  3. You can then manually tap each entry field and it's corresponding email or password from the top of your screen to individually fill and then sign-in.

OPTION 2: Open with Browser‌

If you select Open with Browser, you will be prompted to activate KeeperFill (if it hasn't already been manually activated in your Vault settings). With KeeperFill you can autofill your login credentials across your mobile apps and browsers. Once you tap Activate, the app will walk you though a series of settings to activate. This includes:‌

  • Selecting Keeper in the Autofill service.

  • Enabling KeeperFill in the Installed services

  • Enabling KeeperFill in the Available virtual keyboard section.

  • Enabling Keeper to Display over other apps.

KeeperFill presents somewhat differently depending on what Android version your device is running. Refer to the previous section titled: "KeeperFill in Web Browsers and Apps" for further instructions specific to the Android version your device is running.‌