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  1. ISSolutions4U
    ISSolutions4U February 3, 2013 at 4:21 AM .

     Jared, I love lastpass and use it on my computer all the time. I paid for the premium, and have it on my phone, but find it difficult to use on the phone. On the computer I can sign into it and when I come to one of those websites it does the auto fill. I haven’t been able to figure out how to get it to do the same on my phone.

    1. The Tech Temple
      The Tech Temple February 3, 2013 at 5:36 AM .

      Hey Valerie!  Glad there’s another last pass fan around.  It sounds like you need to the following on your phone (I have and Android device but I assume the steps are similar on iOS):
      – Open up the Last Pass app & login
      – Press the menu button > select “more” > select”install bookmarklets”  
      – Open your browser and go to any webpage that you’d normally login to.  
      – Once the input fields (e-mail, password, etc) are displayed on the webpage go to your bookmarks
      – Select “LP Fill!” for passwords or “LP Fill Forms!” to fill in form information
      – A few seconds will go by, then you’ll be prompted to login to Last Pass using your broswer (this is the only time you’ll have to do this step)
      – Login
      Done 🙂

      It sounds long but its’ not that bad.  Here’s a video that I made (start it at the 4:00 mark) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ES4bNQ_xnK4

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