How to view Wi-Fi passwords saved on my iPhone - CYDIAPLUS.com

Breaking

Thursday, 21 September 2017

How to view Wi-Fi passwords saved on my iPhone



You have guests at home, you urgently need to know the key of your Wi-Fi and it gives you a huge laziness to rummage through the nooks and crannies of the corner, move the cables and find the router to see it. We bring you an easy solution that will make you the best host in history.

But look, you need a Mac to be able to carry out this trick. You may have come here wanting to connect your new Mac to the Wi-Fi network, so you're lucky: you can launch it through the big door.


How to see in our Mac the passwords of our iPhone

Share passwords

The first thing is to configure our iPhone to synchronize our iPhone passwords with those of the Mac:

    Open Settings

    Go to iCloud

After the Key Chain

Activate iCloud Keychain

Connecting the Internet to our Mac


If we do not have Internet connection with our Mac, it will be imperative that we share the Internet with our iPhone, so that iCloud keys can be synchronized.

If your case is that, do not worry, we teach you to share Internet from your iPhone to the Mac:

    Opens Settings

    Go to the Internet Sharing section and activate it

    On your Mac, look for Wi-Fi networks: locate your iPhone and connect.

View passwords saved on our Mac


Once the Wi-Fi keys have been synchronized, just follow these steps:

    Open the Keyboard application on your Mac, if you do not know where it is, look for it in Spotlight.


Find the Wi-Fi network that you want to know the password on the keyring.

Double-click the name of the Wi-Fi network for which you want to know the password. You will be presented with a pop-up window that shows you information about the Wi-Fi network, such as the password. Check the box to show password.


    You will be shown the password you wanted to remember.

End! So easy, you do not have to do anything more than share your password with your Mac, PC or guests and everyone can connect to your network and rob you of bandwidth - all things being said. 

No comments:

Post a Comment

Follow by Email