How To Retrieve Chrome Saved Passwords On Android

Google Chrome generally provides the option for saving passwords as users enter them into sites. The Android users can access, remove, and send saved passwords by the phone browser. In case you want to retrieve the passwords saved in Chrome from your Android phone, read on.

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Look at saved passwords

  1. Firstly, go to the Chrome browser of your cell phone.
  2. If by chance, the application is not placed on the home screen, then go to the app drawer find Chrome.
  3. After that, press on the three vertical dots. Related to the model of the Chrome, it shall be towards the above at the right-hand side or else towards the bottom at the corner of the display.
  4. Next, tap on Settings. It shall be towards the popup menu.
  5. Then, search and press on ‘Passwords.’
  6. After that, in the password menu itself, you shall be able to look at every saved password.
  7. Next, choose the saved password for knowing other details.
  8. To find the hidden password, begin by pressing on the symbol of eye immediately after the hidden password.
  9. Then, before it is presented, users need to provide authentication by using their fingerprint or else the other lockscreen security that has been set up.
  10. Next, observe that the password would now be available in plaintext.
  11. After that, note as soon the verification is done, then the password shall also be copied to the clipboard.

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The method of deleting the saved passwords

  1. Firstly, visit Chrome.
  2. Then, press on Three dots.
  3. After that, click on Settings.
  4. Next, tap on Passwords.
  5. After that, you can delete the saved password by clicking on the trash can-shaped symbol towards the upper side at the right-hand side corner.

Note: There shall be not confirmation option or an option for undoing the act.

The method of exporting saved passwords

  1. Firstly, go to the Google Chrome browser.
  2. Then, press on three dots for accessing the menu.
  3. After that, click on Settings.
  4. Next, click on Passwords.
  5. Then, press on the three dots. It shall be towards the right-hand side of the corner.
  6. After that, press on Export Passwords.
  7. Next, give the authentication with the help of the fingerprint, pattern, etc.
  8. Note that a share sheet shall be displayed, showing plenty of methods for saving and sending the exported document.
  9. Then, choose a safe place for keeping the exported passwords.

Billy Mark is a self-professed security expert; he has been making the people aware of the security threats. His passion is to write about Cyber security, cryptography, malware, social engineering, internet and new media. He writes for Norton security products at norton.com/setup.