Find WiFi Password using IP address

Find WiFi Password using IP address in Mobile

On your smartphone, once you are connected to any WiFi network, it will be stored on your smartphone. Now, whenever you try to reconnect to the same network, it will automatically connect, unless you "forget the network".

Since these WiFi passwords will be stored in a system file, they will not be visible or visible until you have root access on your smartphone. If your device is rooted, there are several ways to view saved passwords. Click here to know how to view stored WiFi passwords on rooted Android devices. If you do not know the password of WiFi, you can connect to locked Wifi without a password.

Find WiFi Password using IP address
Find WiFi Password using IP address

How to Find WiFi Password using IP address in Mobile

So, let's take a look at how we can see the WiFi password stored on our non-rooted Android device. Yes, this can be done with a simple strategy.

Disclaimer and Strict Warning: This article is for educational purposes only. Do not use the information in this article to do anything illegal. If you break or violate any law, our website and author will not be liable for any action taken against you.

How to view WiFi password stored on Android device [without root]

Even if your device is not rooted, we can still know the password of the WiFi network with which our Android device is connected. Yes, your device must be connected to the WiFi network the password you want to know. Just follow the simple and straightforward steps as given below.

This trick is for educational purposes only. Do not use this technique for any illegal activity.

Step 1: Go to Settings on your Android device -> WiFi Settings -> Tap on Connected WiFi Network. Inside

Step 2: In the pop-up window, you will find the "Web page address" of the WiFi network router, such as "". In this case, see the GIF image below. Just tap on the router IP address, it will open in your browser.

Step 3: In your device browser, the home page of the router will open. Here you have to give UserId and Password. For each router, by default, Userid and Password are given such as: “admin, admin”, “root, password”, “admin, password” or many more.

If the owner of the Wifi network does not change the default Userid and Password, just try these default values. If you have physical access to the router, you can also check the details of the admin password at the bottom of the router.

Step 4: Now, you can easily manage the router from here. In the left pane, go to Wireless -> Wireless Security. Here you get your WiFi network password. Wow !!!

Here's how to put one together for use with your simple WiFi network password. If you liked this article and would like to share your valuable feedback and suggestions, please leave it in the comments section below.
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