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Is it Possible to know that in android devices, what are the supported versions are available, please share your ideas.

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    The link is at the top of your question, in the yellow box labelled "This question already has an answer here: <link>" – eldarerathis Nov 25 '16 at 8:34
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First off, you usually need a rooted device. Secondly, you can find the info usually in /data/misc/wifi/wpa-supplicant.conf. You can use cat via adb shell to get to this, or read it in an Android text editor of your choice.

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You will be needing a rooted android for this.

If you want to view your saved WiFi password in your Android phone without using any apps, follow these steps:

  1. Using your file explorer navigate to /data/wifi or /data/misc/wifi. This directory varies by device. Just know that you are looking for a folder named "wifi" (or for easy approach direct search for wpa_supplicant.conf).

  2. Once you are inside the directory, open the file wpa_supplicant.conf with a text viewer.

  3. You will find all your saved passwords inside that file. Password will be stored as:

    network={
        ssid="WiFiName"
        psk="password"
        key_mgmt=WPA-PSK
        priority=1
    }
    

Note that this requires your device to be rooted. Good Luck!

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What you will have to do is go to Chrome, type in the IP address of the router and proceed to your WLAN settings. This will yield the WiFi password.

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