It can be a real challenge to remember all your passwords, that's why new Cydia release called PasswordRecovery helps you to store and recover passwords when forgot them on iOS 9 iPhone. This jailbreak tweak comes with password remembrance and recovery options all in a single package so you’ll never forget or have to reset a password for any its supported apps ever again. If you are interested read the short review below.
How To Store And Recover Passwords When You Forgot Them In iOS 9
At present the tweak supports three of the most popular social networking apps which are Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram and your passcode as well. However the developer behind the tweak ensures that this is the starting point for the tweak and he will add more as the requests come.
So to start up you need to install PasswordRecovery from Cydia for $1.50. You can use it both on jailbroken iOS 8 and iOS 9 devices. PasswordRecovery will add its preferences pane but you cannot do any configurations there without authenticating with Touch ID authentication. So don't worry that someone would be able to place their email address in the tweak’s preferences pane instead of yours to jack your passwords.
PasswordRecovery works with the apps directly from the App Store, so you won’t need to install another app to have to copy and paste your password in between apps all the time.
Instead, when you need to sign in to your social networking app, this tweak will remember your password the first time you enter it correctly and will save it in a secure manner. Afterwards, you’re free to sign out of your social networking app from your device because PasswordRecovery will remember it the next time you need it.
PasswordRecovery utilizes Touch ID for security. When it’s time to sign back into a supported app you’ve logged out of, you can use your fingerprint auto-fill your saved password for you.
Except storing PasswordRecovery recover passwords when forgot them on iOS 9 iPhone, so you can get your forgotten password by answering the security questions you set up. When you answer them correctly, you can view your password immediately with Touch ID authentication, or get it sent to the email you set up with PasswordRecovery. If a password is entered incorrectly too many times, you'll get the email informing you about the wrong attempts.