Now I delete the crypt test and create a new crypt Hello with hello as password. This points to the same pcloud directory and I can open the previous file. No idea what I'm doing wrong. Everything as I said only with the android app.
What would it use to test this on a PC? I want to do it on Android and it doesn't work there. I know that it works without the app but it should also work with the app and the app should make it easier, right?
I have not posted any commands as I have not used any. I have only used the internal functions of the app and with this I can not send commands. As I understand it, this is all done automatically in the background.
That this is not a guessing game is clear to me and that's why I tried to show as well as possible what I did in the app. I did not want to ignore anything here. I just can't deliver it according to my understanding....
But okay I understood that they probably can't help me with the app here.
If my questioning has come across as stupid then I'm sorry. That was not my intention.
Thanks anyway for your time.
I think I have it now...
So far I have always created a crypt remote and then opened the file testwise in the crypt remote. This has worked so far.
Then I deleted the crypt remote.
After that I created a new crypt remote and set a different password but pointed to the same pcloud directory (with the already encrypted file which can not be open in pcloud). Despite the different password I could still open the file in the rcx app.
Now I deleted the cache of the app after creating the new crypt remote. In this cache the file hello.txt was explicitly present.
After I deleted the cache I can only open the file with the correct password.