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4 Easy Ways to Find Saved Passwords on Samsung Galaxy Phones

If you're wondering where your passwords are saved on your Samsung Galaxy phone, the answer depends on where you saved them. Whether you use the Samsung Internet Browser or the Chrome browser, you can easily access your saved passwords. In this article, we will explore four different ways to view saved passwords on your Samsung Galaxy phone.

Using Samsung Internet Browser

If the Samsung Internet browser is your default browser and you use it regularly, you can access your saved passwords directly from the browser itself. Samsung Internet browser saves passwords in Samsung Pass, a password manager and auto-fill utility for addresses, cards, and more. To find the saved passwords, follow these simple steps:

  1. Open the Samsung Internet browser on your phone.
  2. Tap on the three-bar icon at the bottom and select “Settings” from the menu.
  3. Scroll down and tap on “Personal browsing data.”
  4. Tap on “Usernames and passwords” followed by “View sign-in info in Samsung Pass.”
  5. Verify your identity using your fingerprint.
  6. Once verified, you will see the list of saved passwords on your Samsung Galaxy phone.
  7. Tap on the app or website whose password you want to check.
  8. Tap on the eye icon next to the password field to view the saved password. You can also edit or delete the password if needed.

Using Samsung Pass

Samsung Pass is a service that stores passwords on Samsung Galaxy phones and can be accessed from the Settings menu. To view passwords saved in Samsung Pass, follow these steps:

  1. Open “Settings” on your Samsung Galaxy phone.
  2. Go to “Security and privacy” followed by “Samsung Pass.”
  3. Confirm your identity by scanning your fingerprint or using any other mode.
  4. Tap on “Apps/websites” under “Sign-in info.”
  5. You will find the passwords saved on your Samsung Galaxy phone. Tap on the website whose password you want to see.
  6. Press the eye icon in the password field to reveal the password.

Please note that on older Samsung Galaxy phones, you may need to go to “Settings > Lock screen and Security > Samsung Pass” to access the passwords.

Using Google Chrome

Samsung Galaxy phones come pre-installed with the Google Chrome browser. If you have used Chrome to save passwords on your Samsung Galaxy phone, you can easily check them in the Chrome browser. Here's how:

  1. Open the Chrome browser on your Samsung Galaxy phone.
  2. Tap on the three-dot icon at the top and go to “Settings.”
  3. Tap on “Password Manager” to see the list of saved passwords.
  4. Tap on a website and confirm your identity using a fingerprint or PIN.
  5. Press the eye icon in the password field to view the saved password.

You can also customize or delete passwords using the Edit or Delete buttons. Additionally, you can copy the password to your Samsung phone's clipboard or add a note related to the website, username, or password. You can even view the passwords saved in Chrome on the web by visiting “passwords.google.com.”

Using Samsung Pass on Windows PC

Samsung has recently launched a Windows app for Samsung Pass, which allows you to view passwords saved from your Samsung Galaxy phone on your Windows PC. To use this feature, you will need a computer with Windows 10/11, a TPM (Trusted Platform Module) 2.0 or higher, and support for Windows Hello.

If your computer meets these requirements, install Samsung Pass from the Microsoft Store, open the app, and verify your identity to view saved passwords.

Please note that Samsung Pass offers additional services on Samsung Galaxy phones. Feel free to explore these cool features available on your device.

Secure Your Phone

Now that you know how to find saved passwords on your Samsung Galaxy phone, it's essential to secure your device. Take the time to set up the best privacy settings for your Android phone and consider setting up a secure folder for additional protection.

Remember, keeping your passwords secure is crucial in today's digital age. By following these methods, you can easily access and manage your saved passwords on your Samsung Galaxy phone.