Icloud Keychain: Removing Individual Entries

How to retrieve iCloud Keychain passwords on iOS





Choose the Passwords tab, and then select the item you want from the list and click "Remove." From this pane, you can also show what the password is for a particular site if you click the "Show passwords for selected websites"checkbox in the lower-left corner, but youll have to enter your accountpassword in order to do so. OK, now how do you do that same thing from an iOS device? Easy-peasy, my dear readers. Youll go to Settings> Safari> Passwords & AutoFill and select "Saved Passwords" then select an item from the list to view its existing password (whichll require you to enter the devices passcode), or you can touch the Edit button to remove entries.











(Depending on your country, licensing restrictions may prevent some purchases from being restored.) iCloud Backup doesnt backup music or videos youve ripped from optical discs. For music, you can use iTunes Match , which costs $25 per year. Pick one in iTunes 10.5, you can select whether to use iCloud Backup or the standard backup to your computer. While Apple offers two methods of backing up your iOS devicebacking up via iCloud, or backing up to your computeryou can only use one at a time. If you want to use iCloud backups for your device, you'll have to forgo backing up via iTunes, though you can make a manual backup to your computer: Sync your device to iTunes (via tethered or Wi-Fi sync) and, under the Backup section of the Summary pane, choose Back Up To This Computer and click the Sync button. When the backup is finished, switch back to Back Up To iCloud and click Sync once more. iCloud Backups are automatic, but you can trigger a backup in the iCloud settings of your iOS device.







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Here's where you can find it. Follow @MrCippy (Credit: Jason Cipriani/CNET) With iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks , Apple introduced a new feature called iCloud Keychain. The feature aims to help keep your online accounts more secure, and at the same time speed up the amount of time it takes you to enter your log-in credentials on certain sites. In an effort to help you keep accounts secure, Apple helps create account passwords when you're setting up a new account or changing a current account password in Safari . The password is saved to your iCloud account, retrievable by another Apple device with iCloud Keychain enabled. Should you need the password to sign in to an account from a device not connected to your iCloud account, it can be frustrating, as the method to retrieve your password isn't obvious. Getting your password is easy, however, once you know where to look.