Due to the fact that you only use a WiFi password once to connect to a network, they are difficult to remember. Your smartphone keeps track of the WiFi network it was last connected to and will instantly pair with it if it is nearby. While this generally works without a hitch, if you don’t enter your WiFi password frequently, you could quickly forget it. When you need to give the password to someone else, this could be an issue. In this post, we’ll show you how to recover an Android smartphone’s forgotten WiFi password.
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Here s how you can find out a forgotten WiFi password on any Android smartphone
Step 1: Select Connections under Settings.
Step 2: Choose WiFi and click the gear icon next to the WiFi network to which you are currently connected.
Step 3: Choose QR Code from the bottom menu, then snap a screenshot or choose Save as image.
Step 4: Download a QR code reader app and open the screenshot in order to read the code.
Step 5: The WiFi password will be visible. After the WiFi network name and WPA security tag, search for it.
How to find out a forgotten WiFi password on a Google Pixel smartphone
A Google Pixel smartphone makes it far easier to discover the WiFi network’s password. Simply carry out these easy steps.
First, pick Network and Internet from the Settings menu.
Step 2: Tap Internet and choose the WiFi network to which you are currently connected.
Step 3: Choose Share and enter the pin code or verify with a fingerprint scan.
Step 4: Directly underneath the QR Code will be shown the WiFi password.
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On an Android phone, you can use this method to recover a forgotten WiFi password. The QR code can be used to send the WiFi network and password to any device. The other device will immediately join to the WiFi network after scanning the QR Code with it. Read our comprehensive guide here.
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