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Xposed module | How to make passwords visible on Android with …

There data security and the privacy they have always been particularly delicate issues towards which the solutions adopted by software houses and companies have followed one another offering multiple levels of sophistication. Among all, however, the use of passwords hidden by asterisks has proved to be one of the most effective and simple options to which to resort so much as to be integrated into Android also proposing itself as a nuisance.

It is in fact known how much the inclusion of password complex and articulated, on virtual keyboards that are not very reactive and with short touch delays, can favor errors due to the inability to view what is being written. With regards to all those who have asked themselves, at least once in their life, how to make them visible password on Android the answer from the community of modding, all using the modules Xposed Settings and toHideNoPasswords.

Requirements for installing HideNoPasswords

The followingXposed module,compatible on any device, a rapid and practically unnoticed system change until the entry of passwords from which many will benefit. Some minimum system requirements are required for installation:

The installation of HideNoPasswordsmake any type of password visible, in each entry field, without having to enable or disable any option and everything automatically.

Installation of HideNoPasswords

The use of thisXposed module bound to the installation through a process that is as simple as it is quick, these last features that all the modules developed by the community have in common.

Unlike usual, where you need to download the file ".apk", To install HidNoPassword you need to go to the Google Play Store by installing the appropriate application:

The module will be available on your device but deactivated, to complete the procedure you will need to restart the device both manually and in the section "Forms"Of the Xposed app by ticking the item"HideNoPasswords".

Setting upHideNoPasswords

The following module Xposed requires no settings, its task is to propose itself as one switch-off for how to cover passwords through asterisks. Its activation automatically inhibits the security coverage when typing, making the content of the text field clear.

If it becomes necessary to jump between one mode and another, you can simply deactivate / activate the module according to the needs from the "Forms"Of the Xposed Framework by removing and returning the check to the item of the same name.

Compatibility and any problems

If, in particularly complex cases, you should come across a malfunction capable of causing the device tobootloop, as mentioned among the fundamental requirements for using the tool, you can turn to custom recovery to disable the contrast elements thanks to the presence of a ".zip" file fromflash, calledXposed-disabler-Recovery,released automatically during the installation of the Xposed Installer.

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