Google Chrome occasionally stores passwords as users type them into websites. Android owners can quickly access, delete, and export saved passwords through the mobile browser. To view your saved passwords on your smartphone:
View saved passwords
First, open the Chrome browser on your smartphone. If the app is not on your homescreen, you can use your finger to access the app drawer and start Chrome from there.
Then tap the three vertical dots. Depending on your version of Chrome, these are either in the upper right or lower right corner of the screen.
Select "Settings" from the pop-up menu at the bottom.
Find and tap "Passwords" at the bottom of the list.
In the password menu, you can scroll through all your saved passwords. The list is sorted alphabetically by the URL of the website.
Select a saved password for more details.
To view the hidden password, first tap the eye icon next to the hidden password.
Next you need to authenticate yourself before it's displayed Use your fingerprint or the lock-screen security you set up.
And that's it! Your password should now be displayed in clear text. After verifying that you are, the password is also copied to your clipboard.
Alternatively, you can tap the box next to the site, user name, or password field to copy it to your clipboard. You must authenticate with your fingerprint or lock screen security code to copy your password.
Deleting Saved Passwords
If you've changed your password, or if you do not want Chrome to remember your password, you can quickly delete it.
From the Passwords menu (Chrome> Three Points> Settings> Passwords), select the item you want to change.
Delete the saved password by tapping the trash can icon in the upper-right corner.
Note: Once you tap the "Delete" button, the item will be permanently removed. You will not receive a confirmation screen or a chance to undo the action.
Export saved passwords
If you want to delete and save your Google Account You can use your saved passwords to export everything to view elsewhere. Start in the Passwords menu (Chrome> Three Points> Settings> Passwords) and then tap the three dots in the upper right corner.
Select Export Passwords.
Authenticate that you export the saved passwords using your fingerprint or the lock screen security you set up.
You will now see a sharing form where you can save and send the exported document in various ways. Choose a safe location to store your exported passwords.
Be sure to save this document where the exported passwords appear in plain text. This means that anyone can see their usernames and associated passwords when they get the export into their hands.