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don't have a mobile implementation here but can imagine that if you could intercept the login first time the user provides it you could use the lifecycle listener to write it into the local SQLLite database from where you can retrieve it. This said, I assume it would require a custom login page as the default doesn't seem to intercept the username and password.
A word of caution: Loosing a mobile device (stolen or lost) is painful, loosing your data (or being impersonated) because who now possesses your mobile can access your remote applications is a security risk. So unless you have some sort of device protection that allows your remote server to determine access to be from a device reported as stolen or lost you should forget about such solution. I know this is a common option for browser based solutions. Here same problem exists if a laptop gets stolen.