Copy a saved password in Firefox for Android

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If you have logins and passwords saved on Firefox, you can copy a saved password to the clipboard so you can paste it somewhere else.

Here’s how to do it:

  1. Tap the menu button. Settings icon - address bar - Fenix

  2. Tap Settings.
  3. Tap Passwords in the General section.
  4. Tap Saved passwords. (You may need to release using the unlock method configured on your device.)
  5. Select the account whose password you want to copy.
  6. Tap the copy icon next to Password.
    Your password will be copied to the clipboard for you to paste wherever you want.
  1. Tap the menu button. Settings icon - address bar - Fenix

  2. Tap Passwords. (You may need to release using the unlock method configured on your device.)
  3. Select the account whose password you want to copy.
  4. Tap the copy icon next to Password.
    Your password will be copied to the clipboard for you to paste wherever you want.
  1. Tap the menu button. Settings icon - address bar - Fenix

  2. Tap Settings.
  3. Tap Logins and passwords in the General section.
  4. Tap Saved logins. (You may need to release using the unlock method configured on your device.)
  5. Select the account whose password you want to copy.
  6. Tap the copy icon next to Password.
    Your password will be copied to the clipboard for you to paste wherever you want.

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