I've followed the advice found here and also on the Github article linked from that post, but I'm still having issues decrypted a wallet backup using the latest version of Bitcoin Wallet on Android (v5.26 released 7/28/17)
I was able to take the BIN file in question and import that between Bitcoin Android wallets, so I know the backup is not corrupted and the password works.
When I run the
openssl enc -d -aes-256-cbc -a -in <filename> command, targeting the BIN backup file, it prompts for the password, which is inputted. The resulting decryption fails.
Is there a change made to the encryption algorithm that I'm not taking into account? Any/all help is appreciated.
EDIT: To be clear, I also attempted the
openssl command string found on the Github article, but that also fails (it includes the
-md md5 parameter)