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MichelleByrne
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Registered: ‎10-02-2010

Password on mobile wifi?

I'm trying to connect my new HTC Wildfire to my mobile wifi, it is asking for a password, I don't remember there being a password when I first set up the wifi. :(
I entered the pin1 that came with it but that doesn't seem to be it.

Any advice please?
"nothing really matters but moi", Miss Piggy
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Rory From Vodafone
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Registered: ‎04-08-2009

Re:Password on mobile wifi?

Hi

The password should be on the bottom of the mobile wifi device itself or else inside the battery cover.

Then password will be on a sticker that says Network Key or Security Key.

Thanks

Rory
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MichelleByrne
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Re:Password on mobile wifi?

That's it sorted Rory.

Thanks so much,
MB
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Rory From Vodafone
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Re:Password on mobile wifi?

No Problem

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Albertwalsh
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Re: Re:Password on mobile wifi?

Hi Rory,

SSID and WiFi key but no Network Key or security key on my wifi unit. Any other suggestion welcome. Albert.
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Daz
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Re: Re:Password on mobile wifi?

The WiFi key should do it - just look for the corresponding SSID in your list of networks.

 

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