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Wifi Passwords did not Sync from Google

15th May 2014, 05:23 AM |#11  
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I would *NOT* recommend using app for exporting WiFi data, mentioned above. Looking at the reviews many are saying that it doesn't work and is malware, which is actually feasible since it requires root. All the app is really doing is copying/pasting the /data/misc/wifi/wpa_supplicant.conf file. So instead of trusting a badly reviewed root-required app just get Root Browser and copy paste the file.

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After a hard-long internet search I've discovered that there's an alternative way in which you can eventually recover the information from google's own servers since that's where your device (or past devices) backups/backed up your data. The following link is a guide to this option.
As a reminder, you're the only one responsible for any possible damages involved when "tinkering" with your phone. Adb and root are necessary, so please refrain yourself from continuing if you don't even know these words!

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