As evident by the screenshot above, once you open said conf file, you’ll be able to sneak peek into almost every access point that ever got registered with your Android. All you need to do is lookup for the required access point, note down the password displayed under it, key it in the password field, and you’re good to go. The above method has successfully been tested on HTC Desire Z (running CM7). Hopefully, we shall soon be introduced to an app that has the propensity to automatically fetch APs from said file, complete with passwords and other relevant settings, and tie them to the present APs with the same titles. Till then, manual route is the best route!