Growing technology and smart gadget industry, android phones become more complicated than ever. One the most key feature of these phone is Wi-Fi. wireless network that could be available in many places like home, work, friend’s and relatives’ houses. All these Wi-fi networks have some sort of password that you enter them in your smart phone; it is automatically remembered in order to easy access in future. In other word, your android device store all Wi-Fi password in a protected folder which it is not simply available for all user!
In some cases, you may want to connect another device to these networks, that’s when you confront some complications. As we mentioned before there is no way for amateurs users to access these password but if you know a little about android operating system it would be as a peace of pie for you! Before we start illustrating the steps it should be noted that your must Root your device. After doing this your way of finding Wi-Fi network password shiner that ever.
Install Wifi Key Recovery
This app is one the most convenient which is available on google play store. All you need to do is to search it and install it on your rooted device or you click on Wifi Key Recovery and end all the troubles.
Inspect your installed application
when you launch Wifi Key Recovery for the first time, the super user access would be appear. Tap the “Grant” then you would be allowed to see the list of all Wi-Fi network you’ve connected and their password below. the list totally depends on how many Wi-fi network you’ve connected since you owning this device. if the list was quite long and you don’t have time for reviewing them one by one, you could search the name of the network you want to connect and see the password in “Psk” field.
Copy or Export Password
Now all you need is to share or save the password, the first way would be noting the password in traditional way; pen and paper but if you have not the equipment you could easily tap on the password and click on “copy password” or you could save all list by tapping on three-dot button and select “export” to have all Wi-Fi password.