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How to delete plaintext passwords out of the virtual keyboard's cache RIGHT NOW ? [Question has not been properly responded to but prematurely closed :-( ]

All I ever installed have been 4 Android apps - if them should be to blame for this security issue mentioned before: Opera, kindle reader, VLC Player and makimono. But I don't think so. The login into Google's Playstore or maybe Jolla's store might be the ones to blame for, as my passwords are identical - but other than email passwords. I never did any webmail or sensitive online banking in Android's Opera browser: first I haven't informed enough about the trustworthiness of Opera's Android edition, second as I uninstalled Opera again because it wouldn't allow a fluent playback of arte 7+ video content. The jolla browser does it way better :-) (except for screen rotation :-/) ...

Previous Link(s): https://together.jolla.com/question/12896/why-my-passwords-appear-in-plain-text-above-the-virtual-keyboard-as-input-options-o/ https://together.jolla.com/question/829/android-vkb-saves-and-suggests-passwords-in-plaintext/

How to delete plaintext passwords out of the virtual keyboard's cache RIGHT NOW ? [Question has not been properly responded to but prematurely closed :-( ]

All I ever installed have been 4 Android apps - if them should be to blame for this security issue mentioned before: Opera, kindle reader, VLC Player and makimono. But I don't think so. The login into Google's Playstore or maybe Jolla's store might be the ones to blame for, as my passwords are identical - but other than email passwords. I never did any webmail or sensitive online banking in Android's Opera browser: first I haven't informed enough about the trustworthiness of Opera's Android edition, second as I uninstalled Opera again because it wouldn't allow a fluent playback of arte 7+ video content. The jolla browser does it way better :-) (except for screen rotation :-/) ...

Previous Link(s): https://together.jolla.com/question/12896/why-my-passwords-appear-in-plain-text-above-the-virtual-keyboard-as-input-options-o/ https://together.jolla.com/question/829/android-vkb-saves-and-suggests-passwords-in-plaintext/

How to delete purge plaintext passwords out of the virtual keyboard's cache RIGHT NOW ? [Question has not been properly responded to but prematurely closed :-( [ without a factory reset ]

All I ever installed have been 4 Android apps - if them should be to blame for this security issue mentioned before: Opera, kindle reader, VLC Player and makimono. But I don't think so. The login into Google's Playstore or maybe Jolla's store might be the ones to blame for, as my passwords are identical - but other than email passwords. I never did any webmail or sensitive online banking in Android's Opera browser: first I haven't informed enough about the trustworthiness of Opera's Android edition, second as I uninstalled Opera again because it wouldn't allow a fluent playback of arte 7+ video content. The jolla browser does it way better :-) (except for screen rotation :-/) ...

Previous Link(s): https://together.jolla.com/question/12896/why-my-passwords-appear-in-plain-text-above-the-virtual-keyboard-as-input-options-o/ https://together.jolla.com/question/829/android-vkb-saves-and-suggests-passwords-in-plaintext/

How to purge plaintext passwords out of the virtual keyboard's cache ? [ without a factory reset ]

All ---> it'd be great if one could purge unwanted entries out of the VKB's dictionary right now by some hacking instructions.

Some blame Android apps for this issue - all I ever installed have been 4 Android apps - if them should be to blame for this security issue mentioned before: apps: Opera, kindle reader, VLC Player and makimono. But I don't think so. The login if it's them that could be blamed for. Login into Google's Playstore or maybe Jolla's store might be the ones are very likely being responsible to blame for, as this issue - unfortunately my passwords to these two stores are identical - but other than my email passwords. I never did any webmail or sensitive online banking in Android's Opera browser: first I haven't informed enough about the trustworthiness of Opera's Android edition, second as I uninstalled Opera again because it wouldn't allow a fluent playback of arte 7+ video content. The jolla browser does it way better :-) (except for screen rotation :-/) ...

Previous Link(s): https://together.jolla.com/question/12896/why-my-passwords-appear-in-plain-text-above-the-virtual-keyboard-as-input-options-o/ https://together.jolla.com/question/829/android-vkb-saves-and-suggests-passwords-in-plaintext/

How to purge plaintext passwords out of the virtual keyboard's cache ? [ by some hacking, without a factory reset ]

---> it'd be great if one could purge unwanted entries out of the VKB's dictionary right now by some hacking instructions.

Some blame Android apps for this issue - all I ever installed have been 4 Android apps: Opera, kindle reader, VLC Player and makimono. But I don't think if it's them that could be blamed for. Login into Google's Playstore or maybe Jolla's store are very likely being responsible to this issue - unfortunately my passwords to these two stores are identical - but other than my email passwords. I never did any webmail or sensitive online banking in Android's Opera browser: first I haven't informed enough about the trustworthiness of Opera's Android edition, second as I uninstalled Opera again because it wouldn't allow a fluent playback of arte 7+ video content. The jolla browser does it way better :-) (except for screen rotation :-/) ...

Previous Link(s): https://together.jolla.com/question/12896/why-my-passwords-appear-in-plain-text-above-the-virtual-keyboard-as-input-options-o/ https://together.jolla.com/question/829/android-vkb-saves-and-suggests-passwords-in-plaintext/

How to purge plaintext passwords out of the virtual keyboard's cache ? [ by some hacking, without a factory reset ]

---> it'd be great if one could purge unwanted entries out of the VKB's dictionary right now by some handy hacking instructions.instructions until a better solution / functionality will be available.

Some blame Android apps for this issue - all I ever installed have been 4 Android apps: Opera, kindle reader, VLC Player and makimono. But I don't think if it's them that could be blamed for. Login into Google's Playstore or maybe Jolla's store are very more likely being responsible to this issue - unfortunately my passwords to these two stores are identical ;-) - but other than my email passwords. I never did any webmail or sensitive online banking in Android's Opera browser: first I haven't informed enough about the trustworthiness of Opera's Android edition, second as I uninstalled Opera again because it wouldn't allow a fluent playback of arte 7+ video content. The jolla browser does it way better :-) (except for screen rotation :-/) ...

Previous Link(s): https://together.jolla.com/question/12896/why-my-passwords-appear-in-plain-text-above-the-virtual-keyboard-as-input-options-o/ https://together.jolla.com/question/829/android-vkb-saves-and-suggests-passwords-in-plaintext/

How to purge plaintext passwords out of the virtual keyboard's cache ? [ by some hacking, without a factory reset ]?

---> it'd be great if one could purge unwanted entries out of the VKB's dictionary by some handy hacking instructions until a better solution / functionality will be available.

Some blame Android apps for this issue - all I ever installed have been 4 Android apps: Opera, kindle reader, VLC Player and makimono. But I don't think if it's them that could be blamed for. Login into Google's Playstore or maybe Jolla's store are more likely being responsible to this issue - unfortunately my passwords to these two stores are identical ;-) - but other than my email passwords. I never did any webmail or sensitive online banking in Android's Opera browser: first I haven't informed enough about the trustworthiness of Opera's Android edition, second as I uninstalled Opera again because it wouldn't allow a fluent playback of arte 7+ video content. The jolla browser does it way better :-) (except for screen rotation :-/) ...

Previous Link(s): https://together.jolla.com/question/12896/why-my-passwords-appear-in-plain-text-above-the-virtual-keyboard-as-input-options-o/ https://together.jolla.com/question/829/android-vkb-saves-and-suggests-passwords-in-plaintext/

How to purge plaintext passwords out of the virtual keyboard's cache ?

---> it'd be great if one could purge unwanted entries out of the VKB's dictionary by some handy hacking instructions until a better solution / functionality will be available.

Some blame Android apps for this issue - all I ever installed have been 4 Android apps: Opera, kindle reader, VLC Player and makimono. But I don't think if it's them that could be blamed for. Login into Google's Playstore or maybe Jolla's store are more likely being responsible to this issue - unfortunately my passwords to these two stores are identical ;-) - but other than my email passwords. I never did any webmail or sensitive online banking in Android's Opera browser: first I haven't informed enough about the trustworthiness of Opera's Android edition, second as I uninstalled Opera again because it wouldn't allow a fluent playback of arte 7+ video content. The jolla browser does it way better :-) (except for screen rotation :-/) ...

Previous Link(s): https://together.jolla.com/question/12896/why-my-passwords-appear-in-plain-text-above-the-virtual-keyboard-as-input-options-o/ https://together.jolla.com/question/829/android-vkb-saves-and-suggests-passwords-in-plaintext/

How to purge plaintext passwords out of the virtual keyboard's cache ?

---> it'd be great if one could purge unwanted entries out of the VKB's dictionary by some handy hacking instructions until a better solution / functionality will be available.

Some blame Android apps for this issue - all I ever installed have been 4 Android apps: Opera, kindle reader, VLC Player and makimono. But I don't think if it's them that could be blamed for. Login into Google's Playstore or maybe Jolla's store are more likely being responsible to this issue - unfortunately my passwords to these two stores are identical ;-) - but other than my email passwords. I never did any webmail or sensitive online banking in Android's Opera browser: first I haven't informed enough about the trustworthiness of Opera's Android edition, second as I uninstalled Opera again because it wouldn't allow a fluent playback of arte 7+ video content. The jolla browser does it way better :-) (except for screen rotation :-/) ...

Previous Link(s): https://together.jolla.com/question/12896/why-my-passwords-appear-in-plain-text-above-the-virtual-keyboard-as-input-options-o/ https://together.jolla.com/question/829/android-vkb-saves-and-suggests-passwords-in-plaintext/