Fix: Android 13 and 14 Autofill Not Working

Google introduced an autofill service to the Android platform a long time ago. It saves ample time for everyone who wants to enter his details and even login credentials onto a site or application. The autofill feature automatically pulls the username and password from the saved directory, and with just a single tap, your credentials will be entered into the fields.

Recently though, some users have pointed out that after updating their phones to Android 13 and 14, their autofill feature has stopped working entirely. It seems to be a bug that has troubled some Android users. But even after a fix was rolled out, the issue was not addressed immediately. This is because it has disabled the service entirely for some users in the settings menu. If you are one of these troubled users, this article will help you. Here, we have mentioned ways to fix the autofill issue. So without any further ado, let’s get into it.

Android 13 AutoFill Issue

How to fix Android 13/14 Autofill not working?

This a simple software bug that has solved itself for many users after some OTA updates. If you are still witnessing this, try the solutions mentioned below accordingly. Indeed one of them will work for you.

Enable it in the settings menu:

As mentioned above, the issue has changed the setting for autofill entirely in the user’s smartphone. So you need to navigate to the autofill service on your phone’s settings and ensure it is turned on.

  • Open your phone’s settings.
  • Go to System.
  • Tap on Languages & input.
  • Select Advanced.
  • Tap on input assistance.
  • Select autofill service.
  • Select Google.

If your autofill service is enabled but still can’t use it, try out the other solutions mentioned below.

Ensure you have logged in to the correct Gmail account:

You must ensure you are logged in to the correct Google account to use Google’s autofill service. If you saved your autofill information in a statement that is not logged on in your smartphone but is trying to use it with some other Google account, it wouldn’t work. You need to ensure that the Google account that has your autofill information is the one that is logged in to your smartphone.

If you have the correct Google account logged in but still can’t use the autofill feature, try the next solution.

Update Android:

There is a possibility that you are on an early build of Android 14/13. The bug was evident in the earlier builds the most. So you need to update your smartphone to the latest version of Android 14 and 13 and check whether that solves your problem.

  • Open up Settings on your phone.
  • Navigate to System Update.
  • Select Check for updates. If an update is available, download and install it on your smartphone.
  • After the update is complete, your smartphone will restart. After the restart, try using the autofill feature. It should work without any hiccups.

If you are updated to the latest version but still struggle to use the autofill feature, try the next solution.

Toggle password visibility:

This neat trick has solved the autofill feature not working issue for many users. This only works when there is a password user entry, though. With simple name entries, it does not work.

So when there is an entry for username and password, you will see a visibility box next to the password. Turn on the toggle, then try using the autofill feature by tapping the input boxes. The autofill should show up on your screen.

So these are all the solutions to fix Android 14 and 13 autofill not working. If you have any questions or queries about this article, comment below, and we will reply. Also, check out our other articles on iPhone tips and tricks, Android tips and tricksPC tips and tricks, and much more for more helpful information.

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