Google Photos Screensaver Password Recovery
Google Photos Screensaver lets you show pictures from your Google Photos Screensaver Web Albums while screensaving. This option requires you to input the password to your Gmail account. This password is saved by Google Photos Screensaver and can be recovered using our tool called Password Recovery for Google. If you forgot Google Photos Screensaver Password and need a password finder to decode and decrypt it, download and try our tool:
How to check if your Google Photos Screensaver password can be recovered
The procedure for checking whether your Google Photos Screensaver password can be recovered depends on your operating system.Click here to skip to the guide for Windows XP.
Windows 7 & Vista: how to check for saved Google Screensaver passwords
Right-click in the empty space on your desktop and select Personalize:
Click on the Screen Saver in the new window:
Select Google Photos Screensaver from the dropdown box if it's not already selected:
Click on the Settings button:
New settings window will appear. Select Configure button next to Web Albums:
Take a look at the highlighted area in the configuration window (Account Settings section). If your Gmail password is saved in the system, you will see the highlighted account name field already populated with your account name like so:
Or if Picasa password is used you will see it filled in like this:
Seeing your login in the Account Settings field means you can easily retrieve your Google Photos Screensaver password.
Click here to go directly to the How to find Google Photos Screensaver password guide.
If you're in Windows XP, find an empty space on your desktop and right-click in that empty space to see a pop-up menu. Select Properties in the pop-up menu:
In the Properties window select the Screensaver tab:
Select Google Photos Screensaver from the dropdown menu if it's not already selected:
Click on the Settings button:
In the settings window click on the Configure button next to the Web Albums:
In the configuration window take a look at the highlighted Account Settings box:
It might also be filled with a checkbox present:
The main thing is that you should see your login in this box. If you can see your account name (Gmail login) then your Google Photos Screensaver password can be cracked and shown on the screen. Read on to learn how to rip your Google Screensaver password from the system.
To decode your Google Photos Screensaver password download and install our tool called Password Recovery for Google:
While going through the installation make sure to click on the checkbox next to Run Password Recovery for Google:
You will see a recovery screen after you click Finish on the last installation screen. Click on the Recover Password button in the recovery screen:
You will see the program has scanned your system and now shows you any Google passwords found on your system. Scroll down to the Google Photos Screensaver section:
You will see your Google Photos Screensaver password shown on the screen together with your login:
Alternatively, scroll down to the Picasa section to see your password (if you had Use Picasa Login checkbox ticked in the screensaver configuration window). Make sure to go and change password in Gmail to something that you can remember next time.
For your convenience here's the download link to our recovery tool again:
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