Android smartphones have always been my first choice. Apart from being feature-rich, they are quite easy-to-use. With tons of variety to choose from, you can get exactly what you desire. As an Android user, there is one feature which I would like to have is the ability to see saved Wi-Fi passwords. There had been several occasions when I needed to see the passwords in order to enable Wi-Fi network on my other devices.

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Fortunately, you can access the saved Wi-Fi passwords, if your Android device is rooted. There are several apps that allow you to do so. But I like WiFi Key Recovery. Hence, we are going to use this app in order to access the passwords. Let’s dive ahead!

How to View and Share Saved WiFi Passwords on Android Phone

How to Access and Share Saved Wi-Fi Passwords on Android

Step #1. First off, you need to download Wi-Fi Key Recovery from the Google Play Store. The app is available for free.

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Step #2. Once you have successfully downloaded the app, launch it.

Step #3. You will be asked to grant WiFi Key Recovery Superuser access. You have to tap on the “Grant” button on the pop-up window.

Step #4. On the next page, you will see the list of all the Wi-Fi networks you have ever connected to your smartphone.

Step #5. Whereas the SSID indicates the name of the Wi-Fi network, the second line of every connected network (PSK) contains its passwords.

Based on how many networks you have connected to on your device, you will see a long list. In order to find the Wi-Fi network you are looking for, you need to use “SSID Quicksearch”.

Step #6. You have the option to save the passwords to use them later. You need to tap on particular network information. A pop-up menu will appear on the screen.

You will get the three options:

To let you “Copy password”.

To let you “Copy all”– the network information.

To let you “Share” the Wi-Fi network information as a QR code.

Step #7. You will have to tap on the three-dot menu button at the top corner and select “Export” in order to share the saved network information.

Besides, there is an option to save the information as a text file to your SD card. To do so, tap on “To SD”.

That’s all there is to it!

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