1. grbayl's Avatar
    I am trying to install JuiceSSH in the Secure Folder on my Tab S3 with no luck.

    If I try to install it in the default/insecure container, it works fine. To do this, I email the private key to my S3 and save it. JuiceSSH smart search finds it immediately and everything is fine.

    When I try to install it in Secure Folder, I follow the same procedure, email it and save it. JuiceSSH will not find/recognize the (identical) key.

    Am I doing something wrong or have I run into a bug of some sort?

    Thank you

    Edit: To be clear, when I save the key in the default container, it is in the download folder. When I save it in the Secure container, it is in the download folder in the secure container. i.e. same key, same folder, different containers
    10-24-2017 09:35 PM
  2. Jerry Hildenbrand's Avatar
    Try moving the key into the private area? Make a folder using the same file structure (/downloads/ or whatever and drop it in.

    it's likely that apps in the secure folder just won't find files outside of their sandbox (and if so, that's a good thing as far as privacy is concerned).

    I think you can skip the keypair and use a password only for a juicessh connection if you have access to the server/whoever does is OK with that. Not ideal, but better than nothing.
    10-25-2017 12:47 AM

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