On my Android phone and tablet, I get a message that I need to check my access settings. I go in and turn them off and back on and Lastpass works for a while. After a week or two, I then will get the message again. Any idea why this happens? Thanks
Hello, thank you for this feedback. These are Android System notifications that appear when legacy autofill is enabled. Legacy autofill provides the ability to autofill older apps that are not compatible with the latest autofill updates and relies on Android accessibility services to work.
To turn off legacy autofill, please log in to your Android app and navigate to Settings>Autofill. Once on this screen, you can toggle off the Autofill option below the Legacy title.
I hope this provides some clarity!
I am having the same issue with my Samsung Galaxy Note20 Ultra before the latest update to OneUI 4.1. Prior to the OneUI 4.1 upgrade, I was able to use the Legacy Autofill service without an issue. Now I have to turn if off and on again at least once a day or more in order to use the legacy autofill service to work on the apps. When the service gets shut off, the notification disappears as well.
I recently replaced my Note20 Ultra 5G with a S22 Ultra and have the same issue.
Go to the Settings menu on your Android device, find the Apps or Application Manager section, locate LastPass, and clear its cache and data. This process can help resolve any corrupt or conflicting settings that may be causing the issue.