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I have Android phone which is non-rooted. How can I know the saved WiFi passwords in my phone?

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  • I'm afraid you can't, since the password is saved on the system which you need root to access it. – Andrew T. Apr 22 '15 at 4:57
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Without root there is no way to find the passwords of Wi-Fi networks on your device. That's because the Wi-Fi passwords are saved in the root folders.

On CyanogenMod devices, and possibly other AOSP ROMs, you should be able to grab it from the /data/misc/wifi/wpa_supplicant.conf file. Without root this is not possible since you won't have permission to read the /data directories.

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