See Connected WiFi Password Android (No Root Needed)

Today I will show you guys how to See Connected WiFi Password Android without Rooting. The cool thing about this is that you will be able to look at the password of any WiFi that you are currently connected to.

This can be great for retrieving forgotten passwords, easily allowing others to connect to a WiFi network and more.

Best part is that this will work on any Android or Samsung Galaxy Smartphone out there.

Video Tutorial:

Watch my video tutorial just below and find out for yourself how its all done with everything shown from start to finish.

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How to See Connected WiFi Password with Root Needed?

Please use this responsibly and only of WiFi networks that you own or with the owners express permission.

1.From your Android or Samsung Smartphone go ahead swipe down from the top of the screen.

2.Long press the WiFi icon or another way to do this would be to go to: Settings,connections and click on Wi-Fi text.

3.Now click the gear icon and then look around for a QR code or QR code option. In the case of the Samsung Galaxy its in the bottom left of this screen.

The QR code should be clearly shown on screen. Hold down Power and volume down to take a screenshot.

4.Now go to the App store and download this App as seen here: Free QR Scanner and make sure its the one from inShot Inc. Or You can download here.

5.Launch the App and allow permissions. Next go to Gallery and select the screenshot you made earlier of the QR Code of the WiFi. Now for the fun part you will notice the QR code scanner will show the password, network name and security used.

That’s it you can now connect any device you want. If you forgot the password you should now remember it or if you did not know it now you do.

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