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The title is a bit confused. @bmdixon's answer works for the situation that you want to delete the password in the case you knew the password. However, in most of the cases we want to remove the password we just forgotten. My answer is based on this. For Android 4.4 and below, you can sign in Google account to reset the password. For Android 5.0 and above, ...


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using this method won't work for you , since /data is not accessible except after acquiring root permissions , so if you can root your device , after it try adb shell su (allow it from phone if required) cp /data/misc/wifi/wpa_supplicant.conf /sdcard/ exit adb pull /sdcard/wpa_supplicant.conf Sorry but AFAIK this can't be done without root I REPEAT , YOU ...


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You could use Android's Smart Lock feature for this, see e.g.: Use Smart Lock in Android 5.0 and Never Unlock Your Phone at Home Again How to use Trusted Devices in Android If you have e.g. any Bluetooth device, you can tell your Android device it's "safe" as long as it can see it (so: no lock), but "not safe" otherwise (device gets locked). To have your ...


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in your phone, go to recovery, wipe/ clear cache then reboot the phone. wait for 5 minutes, then through this link to lock the pin with new pin https://www.google.co.in/android/devicemanager use the newly entered pin in the above link to unlock ur device i forgot to tell you how to clear cache.Press and hold the Volume Down button, then press and hold the ...


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Yeah, There is no way for that as told by @L_Pav. But, In new phone you can always skip those settings and do it later on whenever you are free.


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Well technically I don't think you need to actually setup a Google account right away. So what I would recommend is skipping the part of the setup process where you setup a Google account and then use a built in app to retrieve it (SMS, copy a file onto your phone or any method to read text). Other than that I think the best thing would be to just ...


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There is no way you can shortcut, without entering the password manually, since you cannot copy and paste it from elsewhere, or receive it from elsewhere, good luck with your typing!


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We cannot look into the sources of the Google AccountManager: while Android itself is open source, the Google apps are not. But we can make an educated guess: It's not necessary to store passwords on the device in this case. You once enter your password, it gets confirmed server-side, and you receive an "authentication token" in return. That token is saved ...



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