What should I do if I forget WiFi password?
What should I do if I can’t remember wireless or WiFi password? When configuring router’s wireless network, many users like to save the password after all settings are finished. Over a long time, we gradually forget the password we set initially, here is the question, is there any way to find the wireless/WiFi password?
If you forget your own wireless router’s WiFi password, then there are two solutions:
- Find WiFi password in the your router setting interface.
- Reset your router and restore it to factory settings.
Check WiFi password in your router’s setting interface:
- Login to your router’s management interface:
Open your favorite browser in your computer and enter 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1 and then press the Enter key, in the dialog box, enter login password.
- Click ‘wireless settings’ – ‘wireless security’, check the password box, here you will see the wireless network password.
Please note that viewing the WiFi password at router setting interface you need to know your router’s login password, if you even forget the login password, then the only way to solve the problem is to restore it to factory setting.
Reset your router and restore it to factory setting:
Take a look at your wireless router’s network cable interface, there is a RESET/WPS button (hole), you need to press this button for more than five seconds, look at your router front panel, after the SYSTEM indicator flashes three times, then release RESET button. It will restore your router to factory settings. After the wireless router automatically restarts, you are able to log into your router’s management interface with its default user name and password, and then re-configure Internet access and WiFi settings, which including WiFi password setting.