Android - Phone & Tablet
This quick start guide will walk you through the setup steps and main features of Keeper for Android, linking additional user guides throughout for a more detailed look.

Getting Started

There are a few set-up steps on both your Android device and desktop computer we recommend that you complete first to help you get up and running with Keeper in no time.
Account Sign-up
Enable 2FA
Enable KeeperFill
Desktop Steps
Signing up for Keeper's Android mobile app is easy. Simply visit the Google Play store on your device and install Keeper Password Manager.
Once the download is complete, enter your email address. If you are not an existing user, you will be asked to create a Master Password which will be the only password you need to remember. We recommend that you choose a strong Master Password that is only used for Keeper -- don't forget your Master Password!
After downloading the Keeper Mobile App, it is highly recommended that you enable Two-Factor Authentication (2FA). Two-Factor Authentication provides an extra layer of protection against unauthorized access to your vault by requiring a second passcode verification at login. Using 2FA is advised to further increase the security and protection of the data stored in Keeper.
Tap
then tap Settings and toggle Two-Factor Authentication on.
Tap
to select your Two-Factor notification method and follow the on-screen prompts to complete the setup (more on that here).
Whether you choose text message or an authenticator app as your 2FA method, Keeper offers the convenience of not having to enter the verification code every time you login. To enable this feature, select Save code on this device forever during 2FA set-up and you will only have to enter the code once on each device you login into.
On Android Oreo (8.0) and newer, our KeeperFill feature seamlessly autofills your logins and passwords into apps and web browsers. Use KeeperFill to quickly create and autofill passwords into web browsers such as Chrome and Firefox as well as all other 3rd Party Applications.
Before you can use the KeeperFill feature on your device, you will need to perform a few quick setup steps.
In Keeper, tap the menu icon
, then tap Settings
Toggle KeeperFill on.
You will then be prompted to enable various settings on your device, 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.
To make the most out of the Keeper Mobile App and ensure that your device's built-in password saving feature doesn't interfere with KeeperFill's autofill capabilities, we recommend that you only allow filling from Keeper.
When you first login to you vault, Keeper will give you the opportunity to import passwords from your computer and/or web browsers (If you're not near a desktop computer, you can perform the import at a later time).
After tapping I'm at my computer Keeper will ask you to navigate to keepersecurity.com/setup to begin the process of importing your passwords.

Import Passwords

You can either manually enter your existing logins and passwords into your vault or Keeper can import existing passwords directly from your web browser (e.g. Safari, Chrome, Firefox), another password manager, or from a text file (.csv).
To get started click your Account Dropdown Menu, then click Settings > Import
  • For instructions on how to import from your web browser, click here.
  • For instructions on how to import from another password manager, click here.
  • For instructions on how to import from a text file, click here.
To learn more about manually entering your logins and passwords into your vault by creating new records, click here.

Download KeeperFill for Desktop

KeeperFill is a browser extension that autofills your logins and password into websites and apps. Click here to visit the Keeper website and download KeeperFill for your browser.
Browser-specific setup instructions and more information for KeeperFill:

Disable Browser Password Features

To make the most of Keeper's Browser Extension, we recommend that you disable your browser's built-in password saving features. Keeper provides a much more secure and seamless solution to save and autofill your passwords across all browsers, devices and computers. For browser-specific instructions click here.

Your Vault for Android

Record & Folder Creation at Your Fingertips

Create a Record
Create a Folder
Create a Shared Folder
Tap
then tap Record
You can also create a new record while logging into a site with KeeperFill, more on that here.
Tap
then tap Folder
Enter the name of the folder and tap Save
To add new or existing records to the folder, tap
Tap
then tap More > Shared Folder
Enter the name of the shared folder and tap Save

Organize Your Records & Folders

There are various ways users can easily manage the organization of individual or multiple records at once, create shortcuts and delete records.
Shortcut, Move & Delete
Create a shortcut, move or delete individual records and folders by generating the record/folder menu.
Shortcuts = like alias files, can exist in two or more places and when edited, change together.
Tap
next to the record or folder and select the action you would like to perform from the menu. Follow the on-screen prompts to finish.
You can also accomplish these actions from the record/folder detail view.
Create a shortcut, move or delete multiple records and folders at once by long pressing on each record and/or folder. Select the action you would like to perform by tapping on one of the listed icons and follow the on-screen prompts to finish.

Boost Your Efficiency with KeeperFill

On Android Oreo (8.0) and newer, our KeeperFill feature seamlessly autofills your logins and passwords into apps and web browsers. Use KeeperFill to quickly create and autofill passwords into web browsers such as Chrome and Firefox as well as all other 3rd Party Applications.
Setup KeeperFill
Autofill Logins & Passwords
Create a New Record
Before you can use the KeeperFill feature on your device, you will need to perform a few quick setup steps.
In Keeper, tap the menu icon
, then tap Settings
Toggle KeeperFill on.
You will then be prompted to enable various settings on your device, 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.
To make the most out of the Keeper Mobile App and ensure that your device's built-in password saving feature doesn't interfere with KeeperFill's autofill capabilities, we recommend that you only allow filling from Keeper.
KeeperFill presents somewhat differently depending on what Android version your device is running. Reference the instructions below that are specific to the Android version you are currently using.

Android Version 8.0 and Newer

On Android Oreo (8.0) and newer, our KeeperFill feature seamlessly autofills your logins and passwords into apps and web browsers.
From the app or website login screen, tap Sign in to Keeper and enter your Keeper Master Password.
If Keeper identifies a record match, the site's login credentials will appear in the KeeperFill dropdown. Fill them by tapping YES to confirm the autofill action.
Once you've signed into your Keeper account, you will not be prompted to log in again to utilize KeeperFill until your session times out.

Android Version 7.0 and Below

The legacy version of KeeperFill is available for Android Nougat (7.0) and below, as a custom, virtual keyboard.
Google Chrome Browser on Android 8.0 also utilizes the legacy version of KeeperFill.
Tap the login field of the app or site, then tap the Keeper icon that will appear on the right side of you screen to activate the KeeperFill keyboard.
Tap Login to sign-in to Keeper using your Master Password then enable the KeeperFill keyboard (if prompted).
If Keeper identifies a record match, your login credentials will appear in the KeeperFill keyboard. Tap
then tap Yes to confirm the autofill action and fill your credentials.
To learn about launching websites using Keeper's In-App Browser, click here.
KeeperFill presents somewhat differently depending on what Android version your device is running. Reference the instructions below that are specific to the Android version you are currently using.

Android Version 8.0 and Newer

If Keeper is unable to find a matching record when logging into an app or site, you will have the opportunity to create one by tapping
then Create New Record

Android Version 7.0 and Below

If Keeper is unable to find a matching record when logging into an app or site, you will have the opportunity to create one by tapping Yes when prompted.
KeeperFill must first be enabled on your device in order for Keeper to prompt for new record creation.

Adding Two-Factor Codes & Other Features

Keeper integrates seamlessly with all Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) methods including TOTP, SMS, Touch/Face ID, and U2F security keys. Use Keeper to store your sites' Two-Factor Authentication codes and KeeperFill will autofill them at your next login where 2FA is required (Android 8.0 and newer)
Many other familiar Keeper features can be accessed in the record detail view such as, creating favorites, viewing record history, and deleting records.
Add a 2FA Code
More Features
While viewing a record, tap
then tap
Select Two-Factor Code then tap Allow when asked if Keeper can access your device's camera.
Using your device's camera function, hover over the site's QR code. The Two-Factor Code will automatically be generated in the record. Tap
to finish.
Tap the Two-Factor Code field to copy it to the clipboard and paste it into apps and sites as needed.
The following actions can be accessed by the record detail screen:
  • Add to Favorites (tap
    )
  • Add to Watch Favorites
  • Create Shortcut
  • Move To
  • Delete
  • Record History
From your vault, tap on a record to view it in detail then tap
Tap on an action item from the generated menu and follow the on-screen prompts.

Securely Share Records & Folders

Securely create, share and manage records with family, friends and colleagues.
Share a Single Record
Create a Shared Folder
From your vault, tap on a record to view it in detail, then tap
Tap Share with User enter their email address and toggle on/off permission types, then tap
to finish.
TapAdd Peopleto pre-populate a list of your contacts (you must allow Keeper to access the contacts on your device).
From the record detail view, you can also add the record to a new or existing shared folder.
From your vault, tap on a record to view it in detail, then tap
and New Shared Folder
Enter the name of the the shared folder. Tap the Records tab to add records and folders. Tap the Users tab to search for or add users by their their email address. Tap
when finished.
Tap the "Can Manage Users" and "Can Manage Records" icons to set each user's permission types.
To set the default folder permission, tap
and Folder Settings then tap
to finish.
Default Folder Permission = permission that are applied to new users and records as they are added to the folder. Note: Any change in the default settings will not apply to previously added records.

Biometric Login Support

Enable Biometric Login
Biometric Login
Tap
and Settings then toggle Biometric Login on.
At the Keeper login screen, you will be automatically prompted to sign in with your fingerprint or facial recognition or tap
to be prompted.
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