1. AC Question's Avatar
    I'm trying to see some saved passwords on Samsung Internet on my S7 Edge. I'm been through most of the settings and I can't find the option. Anyone have any clue how to do this if its possible? Thanks.
    05-17-2016 08:01 PM
  2. Rukbat's Avatar
    Where's the "Samsung internet"? I was under the impression that we all used the same internet. If you mean passwords you saved when you were using a Samsung phone, on what app? (You should be using a password safe to keep them, so you can just look at them locally.)
    jneusch likes this.
    05-17-2016 11:48 PM
  3. dpham00's Avatar
    Samsung's Internet app. Add opposed to chrome or whatever
    05-18-2016 05:51 PM
  4. jneusch's Avatar
    Use an app like 1password.

    Posted via the Android Central App
    05-18-2016 10:35 PM
  5. _BIG_'s Avatar
    i don't think so, but im not sure. maybe in the samsung account online?
    honestly have no clue
    05-18-2016 11:52 PM
  6. Snutting's Avatar
    I couldn't find a way to do it. Changing a saved password proved to be a PITA too.
    05-26-2016 09:09 AM
  7. Eric Larsen's Avatar
    There is a way to view or edit the passwords that the Samsung Internet app uses. Go to Settings > Lock Screen and Security > Samsung Pass (under Fingerprints). You then verify your identity using a registered fingerprint. After that go to Web Sign In Information, then select the account or web page you want to access the login for. You'll then see the account/web page details. Click the 3 dots at the top right, then select Edit. You can then change any of the information, and there's also a Show Password option you can click on.
    05-06-2017 06:00 PM
  8. everway9's Avatar
    There is a way to view or edit the passwords that the Samsung Internet app uses. Go to Settings > Lock Screen and Security > Samsung Pass (under Fingerprints). You then verify your identity using a registered fingerprint. After that go to Web Sign In Information, then select the account or web page you want to access the login for. You'll then see the account/web page details. Click the 3 dots at the top right, then select Edit. You can then change any of the information, and there's also a Show Password option you can click on.
    Hi Eric.

    I see no one came back to thank you for your post. I too wanted to know where I could find the passwords Samsung Internet saves for websites. Basically the same thing Google has for the Chrome browser. I searched Google and found this thread.

    So thank you very much for posting the answer.


    However, I have a problem:

    I went to Samsung Pass and setup biometrics. But after setting it up and going to > Web sign in infoformation... there are no entries. My website passwords must be saved in Samsung Internet because it always remembers my login information. I was assuming this was case because I've only, just now setup Samsung Pass. But even after setting it up and logging into 3 or 4 websites there are still no entries appearing in 'Web sign in info'

    Would anyone happen to know why this is happening? The passwords must be saved somewhere else too, but where?

    Mant thanks in advance.
    11-05-2017 05:51 PM
  9. jmsnyc's Avatar
    Hi Eric.

    I see no one came back to thank you for your post. I too wanted to know where I could find the passwords Samsung Internet saves for websites. Basically the same thing Google has for the Chrome browser. I searched Google and found this thread.

    So thank you very much for posting the answer.


    However, I have a problem:

    I went to Samsung Pass and setup biometrics. But after setting it up and going to > Web sign in infoformation... there are no entries. My website passwords must be saved in Samsung Internet because it always remembers my login information. I was assuming this was case because I've only, just now setup Samsung Pass. But even after setting it up and logging into 3 or 4 websites there are still no entries appearing in 'Web sign in info'

    Would anyone happen to know why this is happening? The passwords must be saved somewhere else too, but where?

    Mant thanks in advance.
    I figured it out. I know this is an old post but I got rid of chrome and have been relying on Sammy browser more. Follow steps above, and like you said no entries. Go to browser settings and click privacy and then you see saved sign ons with a toggle, click on the row not the toggle. At first I checked Advanced but unlike Chrome, Privacy is not under Advanced.
    No option I could find to view passwords. But under 3 dot menu option to move to Samsung Pass. Choose acct you need and move it. I'm checking now as I post.

    Worked!
    everway9 likes this.
    04-27-2018 04:26 PM
  10. everway9's Avatar
    I figured it out. I know this is an old post but I got rid of chrome and have been relying on Sammy browser more. Follow steps above, and like you said no entries. Go to browser settings and click privacy and then you see saved sign ons with a toggle, click on the row not the toggle. At first I checked Advanced but unlike Chrome, Privacy is not under Advanced.
    No option I could find to view passwords. But under 3 dot menu option to move to Samsung Pass. Choose acct you need and move it. I'm checking now as I post.

    Worked!
    Hi there Jmsnyc.

    I had totally forgotten about this thread. I was going to do what you suggested but before that I thought I'd check in Samsung Pass (in the global settings) to see if (unlike last time) anything was there. And to my surprise every sign in was actually there, under samsung pass.

    Can I see my saved passwords on Samsung Internet?-screenshot_20180427-233946_photos.jpg


    Very strange that they were all there this time. Maybe one of the Android updates fixed the issue because they certainly weren't there a month ago.

    But if it wasn't for you posting I would never have checked. Cheers!
    04-27-2018 05:43 PM
  11. AmazingRigby's Avatar
    Samsung j7 here.
    Just figured it out for my phone
    Settings -> Google -> Smart Lock for Passwords

    Then, I had to log onto Google accout

    But, once there, I was able to see all my stored passwords and delete those I wanted to delete
    07-05-2018 06:08 AM
  12. Daryl Bird's Avatar
    Yes go to Samsung Pass identify yourself. Once you open Samsung Pass App you can see your saved passwords for individual accounts
    07-23-2018 10:14 AM

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