Dr.Fone User Guide for Password Manager

Learn how to use Dr.Fone to recover all kinds of iOS passwords, including face ID, screen time passcode, wifi password, app passwords, and more. Download the latest version of Dr.Fone and get started now.

How To Manage Passwords on iOS Device?

Do you have a list of passwords in your smartphone device against several accounts? If so, remembering them can be a difficult task that might leave you in the dark in important instances. For that case, Dr.Fone - Password Manager (iOS) provides a composite option in the form of this tool that helps users manage their entire password collection. Learn more about how this iOS password manager helps in making your life easy.

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Note: The process supports scanning the passwords of saved Wi-Fi connections in the device, applications and website logins, email accounts, credit card details, and Apple ID passwords within the iDevice.

Part 1: How To Find Your Password on iOS Device?

To locate the passwords of your multiple accounts through this iOS password manager, follow the simple steps below:

Step 1 Access Password Manager Tool

Launch Wondershare Dr.Fone on your computer and proceed to navigate through this path Toolbox > Password Manager.

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* Dr.Fone's Mac version still has the old interface, but it does not affect the use of Dr.Fone's function; we will update it as soon as possible.

Step 2 Initiate Scan on iDevice

As the platform detects the iOS device connected to the computer through a USB cable, continue to select the option of Start Scan for detecting all account passwords.

start device scan

Step 3 Verify Putting Backup Password

Before the process starts running on the platform, it prompts users to put up a backup password on the iDevice. The backup password will be removed once the scan concludes altogether. Click OK to initiate the process of finding passwords on the device.

verify for backup password

Step 4 Observe the Progress of Password Scanning

The next screen shows the progress of the scanning process, letting you know the timeframe under which the complete process will conclude.

view completion of the scan

Step 5 Preview the Passwords

Once the scanning concludes, the list of passwords appears right on the screen, where you can select and view any particular password you wish.

preview passwords on the screen

Part 2: How To Export Passwords as CSV?

Step 1 Export passwords as CSV file

For those who wish to export their passwords as a distinct file type, they can have it done in CSV format from Dr.Fone. Once you have the list of passwords displayed on the screen, click Export on the bottom right.

export passwords as csv

Step 2 Select and export

The following prompt window displays the options you can export your passwords to. Select any of them and export your passwords as CSV files in this iOS password manager.

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