How Can I See My Facebook Password?

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Written by: Alex Popa

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How Can I See My Facebook Password?

Your Facebook password is stored somewhere on your device. For Android devices, you’ll need to access the “Password Manager” accessible through the Google Account.

iPhones have the “Passwords” option in the device’s settings, which comes quite in handy in these situations.

Yeah, you don’t have to reset your password if you don’t remember it. You can find it in your Google Account (if it saved the password by default) or in the “Passwords” section of your iPhone.

Keep reading for a thorough guide on this topic, including helpful screenshots!

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How Can I See My Facebook Password?

How Can You See Your Facebook Password?

Simple, follow these steps (for Android):

1. Go to your phone’s settings and select “Google

Go to your phone’s settings
Go to your phone’s settings

Begin by opening your phone settings (gear icon in the bottom-right corner). Once you’re there, start looking for the “Google” option.

If you can’t find it, look for “Accounts” or something along those lines, and go to your Google account.

2. Tap on “Manage your Google Account

Tap on “Manage your Google Account”
Tap on “Manage your Google Account”

Found the “Google” page? Good, then you should now select “Manage your Google Account” from the top of the screen. It’s right under your email address!

This will show you several advanced settings for your Google account, which you kind of need now.

3. Select the “Security” tab

Select the “Security” tab
Select the “Security” tab

You’ll now be redirected to another page with plenty of categories and settings to choose from (screenshot above).

Go to the “Security” category at the top (you may need to scroll left-to-right to find it).

4. Select “Password Manager

Select “Password Manager”
Select “Password Manager”

Once you select the “Security “tab, the main page will show multiple security tabs like “Your account is protected,”Recent security activity,” and more.

Scroll down until you see the “Password Manager” option. Then, tap on it.

The Password Manager holds all the credentials for all the apps on your device IF you choose to save them.

By default, the Manager doesn’t save any password in most cases (so if you haven’t been meddling with this option, it’s unlikely that it saved your Facebook password).

Some devices will behave differently and may save your social media credentials automatically, though.

5. Select “Facebook

Select “Facebook”
Select “Facebook”

Inside the Password Manager, you’ll find all the social media accounts for which Google saves your passwords.

As seen in the picture above, we’ve saved the passwords for Instagram and Facebook.

Maybe you’ve saved the credentials for multiple social media apps.

Either way, tap on Facebook to open the credentials window.

6. Confirm your identity

Confirm your identity
Confirm your identity

To access your Facebook credentials, you’ll need to confirm your identity.

Enter the password that you’ve set up for accessing your phone.

It could be a PIN code, a model, or your fingerprint.

After you confirm your identity, the Password Manager will show you the username and password for Facebook.

Next, you’ll need to tap the Eye icon next to the password to reveal it.

We can’t attach a photo because our phone won’t let us take a picture of the credentials.

Oh, one more thing – if you can’t find your Facebook account in the “Password Manager,” you’ll have to reset it because there’s no way you can find it somewhere else.

I hope this guide was able to help you see your Facebook password, so leave a comment below if you need more help!

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Alex Popa

My name is Alex and I have a knack for social media in all its shapes and forms. I’ve dealt with such things for quite some time and I noticed that many people have issues with social media and technicalities.

Unforeseen errors, bugs, and other problems make their use of social media problematic. These things will be discussed amply in the guides on Whizcase.

I'll present the facts as they are, and offer quick and easy solutions for them.

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