Any way to retrieve stored wifi password from Android device without root and ADB??

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Sounds suspicious to me!

If it's a work phone why do you need the wifi password?

If it's already connected why do you need to know the password?

Why don't you just ask your network admin the password if you are allowed access?

Please explain yourself before I report you..
Wtf are you on about you Nazi? No one here needs to explain anything to you. Hopefully by now you've pulled your head out of the proverbial dark and dank hole.

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jgruberman

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Sounds suspicious to me!

If it's a work phone why do you need the wifi password?

If it's already connected why do you need to know the password?

Why don't you just ask your network admin the password if you are allowed access?

Please explain yourself before I report you..

I know this is old but I wanted to chime in anyway... I'm at a child's sporting event in which I connected to their WiFi last time I was here and one of the other parents asked me what the password was. Well I did a Google search to see if I could identify the password to save me a trip to the main office to ask them again. So it is possible that someone doesn't have malicious intent when they are asking...

There are too many people in the world that believe everyone is inherently evil or has bad intent. Give people benefit of the doubt and look at the glass half full. Maybe they ARE the owner of the network but they are computer illiterate and don't know how to get into the router to check the password because "the Internet man" set it all up for them and now they need to let their friend get on their network... I'm sure there are more possibilities...
 
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Kkalsi99

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I got a solution:

Go to root browser
Go to /etc/secure_storage/.system.wpa_supplicant then delete this folder (only ".secure.supplicant.conf"), then reboot.
Strange number gone
Note: It only works for Samsung devices, all saved WiFi hotspots will be lost for the first time.
 

parag darade

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I tried pulling misc.But It showed 0 files pulled. When I tried to pull wpa_supplicant then it gives error that it does not exists. Please help me.
 

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    Use this APP

    WiFi Pass Recovery & Backup Best app just showed the password but ROOT required.

    Just download the file attached
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    AW: Any way to retrieve stored wifi password from Android device without root and ADB

    I also dont have access to ADB.

    Everybody have access to ABD!
    Just activade it at developers settings
    Pull with ABD the file
    /data/misc/wifi/ wpa_supplicant.conf
    to your PC. There are saved all wifi-passwords ;)


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    Sounds suspicious to me!

    If it's a work phone why do you need the wifi password?

    If it's already connected why do you need to know the password?

    Why don't you just ask your network admin the password if you are allowed access?

    Please explain yourself before I report you..
    Wtf are you on about you Nazi? No one here needs to explain anything to you. Hopefully by now you've pulled your head out of the proverbial dark and dank hole.

    Sent from my SM-N9005 using XDA-Developers mobile app
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    Your just a b.it.ch aren't you? I'm going to report you? Really? Let's grow up and tell us when you finish middle school. Not everyone is out to do "evil"
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    Sounds suspicious to me!

    If it's a work phone why do you need the wifi password?

    If it's already connected why do you need to know the password?

    Why don't you just ask your network admin the password if you are allowed access?

    Please explain yourself before I report you..

    I know this is old but I wanted to chime in anyway... I'm at a child's sporting event in which I connected to their WiFi last time I was here and one of the other parents asked me what the password was. Well I did a Google search to see if I could identify the password to save me a trip to the main office to ask them again. So it is possible that someone doesn't have malicious intent when they are asking...

    There are too many people in the world that believe everyone is inherently evil or has bad intent. Give people benefit of the doubt and look at the glass half full. Maybe they ARE the owner of the network but they are computer illiterate and don't know how to get into the router to check the password because "the Internet man" set it all up for them and now they need to let their friend get on their network... I'm sure there are more possibilities...