How to Enable Autofill in Android Browser


 

 

 

 

 

To make the Android’s default browser or Chrome, automatically fill in websites forms for you, run the browser and then do the followings:

 

1: Go to Browser’s settings
2: On the General section, activate Form Autofill
3: Go to Autofill Data section
4: Fill in each of the following fields: Name, Company name, Address, City and state, City Code, Country, Phone Number, Email, etc.
5: After done, tap Save Profile

 

Now whenever needed, the browser automatically fills in these fields for you, as soon as you start filling the form.

 

Update: Here is where you can find the Auto fill option on Chrome for Android:

 

How-to-Enable-Autofill-in-Android-Browser

To make the Android’s default browser or Chrome, automatically fill in websites forms for you, run the browser and then do the ...

2 comments
georgeboy11
georgeboy11

I suggest using a password manager. There are several good apps and the other two posts here also link to a great app, which I never heard about but I tried it and it's pretty awesome.

BTW, using an app like that would also save you from clicking buttons - it's like auto pilot.

Just my 2 cents.

John Moor
John Moor

You can download an app called LoginBox which does it better than the native browser. Works also when the login process involves several pages.

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