After upgrading to iOS 14, many KeePassium users are greeted by “The file doesn’t exist” message.
No worries, your passwords are safe — it’s just the new iOS breaks KeePassium’s links to files. (And does that intentionally, for whatever reason.)
The solution depends on whether you remember your database’s master password. It is different from the app protection password.
If you don’t remember your database password, or if you are not quite sure, you would need to set a new password first:
Now you know the password for your database. Make sure you remember it, otherwise you might get locked out of your database.
If you know your database password, the solution is quick and simple:
The same steps need to be repeated in AutoFill. The reason is that the main KeePassium app and its AutoFill module have separate file lists (due to a technical limitation on iOS). Here are the steps:
After re-adding the database, you will be asked to unlock the database with its full master password.
Should you have any questions, feel free to contact us.