Hey everybody :C I'm having a problem with seahorse, I can't decrypt my file even though I have the decryption key. :blink: I wanted to see how this would play out when I get my new computer so I exported my key, encrypted a text file, then deleted the key, imported it, then added it as trusted. Afterwords, when I tried to decrypt the file I got an error message saying that I the key was missing.
I have 2 servers that will be passing data between them, one is Ubuntu and the other is Red Hat. Using the already installed versions on each, Ubuntu is 1.4.x and Red Hat is 2.0.x, I can't decrypt going from Ubuntu to Red Hat.
I'll be using PHP to encrypt/decrypt using the gnuPG extension on the Ubuntu server.
Jellybean lists as one on the new features that it will periodically remind the user to decrypt the device.
But it doesn't say WHY.
I gave Googled and searched forums and all I can see are references to the feature and help on encrypting and decrypting.
No one ever mentions why it was important for jellybean to remind the user to decrypt periodically.
This is seriously pissing me off, I'm on CM11 and want to switch ROMs, but I can't without wiping my storage since TWRP can't access /data since my phone is encrypted. How can I decrypt the phone? I can't find it in Settings -> Security.