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If you have USB debugging turned on, you can see the DHCP activity in the logcat. Unfortunately, without a working DHCP server, you're not going to see anything. And the logcat doesn't stick around long enough for you to see the previous day's successful negotiation. You can also see the currently-assigned IP address in Wi-Fi settings under the advanced ...
You have to be rooted and use some type of root browser. Go to the root directory /data/misc/wifi. Open up wpa_supplicant.conf. View all your saved Wi-Fi access points along with their passwords. Look under the SSID (Access Point Name) for the password. The password is written within quotes in the line that says psk=”password".
Neither of those will help you. The log in Android isn't written to disk: it's stored in a ring buffer in memory, and is lost when the device reboots.
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