Yes. Anything in LockMyPix is encrypted. Content of a backup is fully encrypted with AES CTR 256.
- 1.Check that you have enough free storage. At least same amout as size of the backup file.
- 2.Try to import the backup manually:Rename the backupfile and add ".zip" to the filename. You can now open the backupfile with a filemanager or winzip and see the encrypted files. Move the folders
.encrypt prevfrom the backup into the LockMyPix data folder. It is located directly on your storage.
.LockMyPixYou may will be asked to migrate the folder - confirm. Files from the backup are now manually imported to the current vault and will be visible, if the password / PIN matches with the password used to encrypt the files.P.S.: The .LockMyPix folder is located on your device storage or sd-card (if activated from the settings). It's in a hidden state. You can make it visible if your file manager app can show hidden files.
Try to repair the backup i.e. with Winrar built-in repair tool.
As content of a backup is always encrypted, your current password will be used. To import a backup with a different password, change your current password from the LockMyPix settings to match that from the backup and retry the import.