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Retrieve Saved Wireless Passwords on Android

Root Explorer, but if you are just looking for a quick free solution you might want to check OI File
Manager If you ha!e "yanogenMo# installe# you shoul# ha!e OI File Manager by #efault$ Either way
once you ha!e a file manager installe# open it up on your #e!ice an# na!igate to the following location%
/data/misc/wifi Once insi#e you shoul# see a han#ful of files Open the !ery last one labele#
wpa_suppliciant.conf as shown below%
&hen prompte# select Open With an# then select one of the basic text e#itors from the list Root
Explorer has a few options, but #epen#ing on the file manager you are using this coul# be !astly
#ifferent In this example I am using Text Viewer
Once the file opens up you shoul# see !ery neatly the following sa!e# lines of #ata 'that o##ly remin#
me of "(($) for your network information%
network={ ssid="NETWORK_NAME_HERE" psk="PASSWORD_HERE" key_mmt=WPA!
PSK priority=" # Each network you*!e sa!e# on your #e!ice shoul# ha!e a network bracket that
accounts for it +fter ssi#, you*ll fin# the network name an# what follows psk, (or wep_key0= if the
network is WEP based) is the passwor# for the network you are looking at -hat*s that
.ou*!e successfully locate# where +n#roi# stores your &ireless passwor#s /ersonally I #i#n*t expect it
to be sa!e# in plain text, but I suppose it*s not like this information is store# in the clou#00just your
#e!ice locally Either way it*s another goo# remin#er to not use your website passwor#s as passwor#s
for your &ireless network as anyone can easily #isco!er it e!en if you enter it in for them
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