In a life of an Android phone, it connects to innumerable of wifi networks i.e school wifi, works wifi, home wifi, etc and every time you type new wifi, your mobile phone saves that wifi password in your Android phone to be accessed in future. Sometimes you feel like sharing it with your friend or family.
Now the issue is that if you have to see the password your mobile saved for particular wifi. That’s not that easy in many cases. Now if you have Android 10 or higher then you can just simply slide into your settings and see the password however if you have Android 9 pie or lower then you have to get it rooted.
Now if you have Android 9 pie or lower the only way to see the saved wifi is with a root app. But before that, you need to install TWRP and use that to install Magisk for root. Although you can find several apps on Android that claim to find the saved password only one of them is found to be true: Wifi Password Viewer by SimoneDev.
Once you have downloaded that app then, the app will ask for Superuser access. Tap the ‘Grant’ icon on the pop-up button. After the grant button, you will see all the wifi you have connected on that mobile and under the wifi name will be their passwords. If the list is too long then simply search the particular wifi you are looking for.
Once you have got the password then copy that password and save it to your clipboard which will make it easier for you to paste it into other devices. You can also click on the QR code and that can generate a QR code having network information.