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Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Make Password Field Visible When Typing

Samsung Galaxy SIII is a great Android-based smartphone that comes with several abilities and features, from the basic ability such as messaging and make a call, ability to use and check multiple email accounts, up to using it to access some social media such as Twitter and Facebook.

See also: How to Install and Use Facebook for Android on Samsung Galaxy S3

Most of them usually require password to allow you accessing them. This sometimes force you to entering so many passwords even in a single day. At the end, this multiple passwords may end up you with entering the wrong password. Fortunately, there is an option in Samsung Galaxy SIII which will allow your phone to view the password when you're typing it. This of course will helps you to reduce the chance to entering the wrong password.

How to make password field visible or invisible when typing?
To enable or disable make password invisible option, then kindly follow the steps listed below:
  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Scroll to Security, then tap on it.
  3. Scroll to Password section. Depending on your current settings, tap Make password visible to enable or disable this option. When the checkbox next to this option is ticked means the option is turned on.
  4. Finish. Now you will see the password for a while whenever you type it.

For certain case, enable this option will helps you to enter the right password when your password is long or use some combination of letters and numbers. But, you should remember that it doesn't apply to the lockscreen password. So, when you think that enabling this option is useful for you, then you can enable it. While if not, just leave it to stay turned off.


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