Backing up keepass on Samsung Galaxy S4

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Hi I'm using keepass on my Samsung Galaxy S4. I regularly copy the kdb file from the phone to my flashdrive as a way of backingĀ  it up. Is that all I need to do? In other words, if I lose the phone, can I import that file onto a new phone?

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droid, samsung galaxy s4

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  • Subhendu Sen
    This is a good habit/ practice to keep backups daily of your important data either it is a pc or a phone or other electric gadgets, from backup is possible. However, this will be done, if there is new contact/ image is added or any kind of updation is done. And Yes, you can restore the same backups in  a new phone, if you lost/ damage the phone by any chance. But how did u take backups either by using KIES or other possible way.
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