[Bug] Wi-Fi Sync
Just updated to 6.0b1 on my Nexus 6P (Android 6.0.1) and on my LG G-Pad 8.3 tablet (Android 5.1.1). I like the changes and in particular the fingerprint sensor support. However, I ran into some issues with Wi-Fi sync:
Initially Wi-Fi sync didn't work on the G-Pad 8.3. I always got a message to check if the Wi-Fi sync server was running on my PC (which of course it did). This was accompanied by a notification which I couldn't swipe away. It also didn't go away when I closed the app. The only way to make it disappear is to force stop 1Password in Android settings/Apps. I'm not sure this is how it's supposed to work?
Wi-Fi sync worked with the 6P, so I knew the problem with the G-Pad 8.3 had to be with the tablet itself and not with the PC. I tried all sorts of things such as turning of the PC firewall, reboot devices, forget Wi-Fi networks, ad-hoc (which I later found isn't even supported by Android) but nothing worked. I have no firewall or other protection apps installed on the G-Pad 8.3. Eventually I went into Settings/Advanced/Email diagnostics and saw a log with the failed Wi-Fi sync. But the sync service tried to talk to an old laptop I had used in the past. I don't know why it wouldn't find the new laptop (the 6P did). So I wiped all app data and started anew on the G-Pad 8.3. And this time Wi-Fi sync worked. So I'm not 100% if this is an app bug or something else. But it would be nice to somehow have a way to reset the Wi-Fi sync connection without having to wipe the entire data.
In general, I'm rather unhappy about having to use Wi-Fi sync (manual, clunky, need to install Apple print drivers). I was really hoping that the next major release (such as v6) would bring native OPVault support to Android! Can you please confirm that this is still on the roadmap for the v6 release?
1Password Version: 184.108.40.2068 (12)
Extension Version: 220.127.116.11
OS Version: Windows 7
Sync Type: Wi-Fi