How To View Saved Wifi Passwords In Android

Posted: November 3, 2015 in android, hacking

Here is the method by which you can easily extract all saved wifi passwords in your android device.
Android device is very smart and intelligent. You find lots of secrets in android device. Actually all these passwords get saves in the internal reserved memory of an android device . Without having root privilege you can not acess this memory ,but after rooting an android device it is possible to get into the root folders and files.
View Saved Wifi Passwords In Android
Requirements:

#1 Rooted Android

#2 ES File Explorer

Steps to View Saved Wifi Passwords in Android:

1. Move up a folder (to the root folder) in ES File Explorer and you will see a directory called data

View Saved Wifi Passwords In Android2

2. Go to data/misc/wifi folder and you will find a file named wpa_supplicant.conf.

3. Open the file and make sure you use ES File Explorer ‘s built-in text/HTML viewer for the task.

4. Now in this file you will be able to see the network SSID and their passwords next to it.

View Saved Wifi Passwords In Android

5. Now note down the network name and its password.

6. In this way you will be able to view all saved wifi password in android device.

NOTE – Please do not edit anything in wpa_supplicant.conf as it can alter your device working or it will have affect on ouw wifi connectivity.

There are many apps in Play Store which can perform save work but it is better to do it manually than to add that adware crap. If you face any problem or need help at any stage please comment below

Posted by Shubham ;)

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