I would like to open my keepass database on my Android, but it is protected by optkeyprov, there is a line for a key file. What do I do? Do I just enter all of the one time passwords in a row on that line? IS there a space between them? Or can I even open it at all?
If a particular third-party Android App does not support the Master Key format provided by the KeePass OtpKeyProv plugin then you will need to adopt a Master Key format that is mutually compatible with the Android App. You may wish to express your desire for the feature to the Android App developer.
There are probably two ways an Android app could support the OtpKeyProv plugin, either with its own module that supports OTP input directly, or via direct input of the secret key needed to generate the OTPs: either as user input or as a file.
you might want to try Keepass2Android (my app) which has support for OtpKeyProv with Yubikey NEO since the latest release! (note that this release is not yet rolled out completely for the Offline variant, so better try https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=keepass2android.keepass2android)
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