Some devices (e.g. Samsung) encrypt WiFi passwords ( you only see a bunch of numbers:
fce6c4f64304b00c5783199bbd2b1f91), So that no app can show them clearly.
To show them, please, following the instruction:
- Delete .secure.supplicant.conf file using Root Browser :
- 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.
- Edit BUILD.PROP:
Then Reboot the device. Now retype password of your Wi-Fi now.
When you have a rooted phone you can view passwords in
wpa_supplicant and if you don’t want enter to this file in “Wifi Password Show”: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.phuongpn.wifipasswordshow