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The Pocket WiFi has a reset button making it easy to restore it to factory settings. With factory settings restored, you can connect devices to your Pocket WiFi using the original Wi-Fi password it came with.
Please note that log-in password and wifi password is not the same, to be precise. However, if you are using the default Windows interface to connect to wifi networks, as opposed to a third party software (i.e. one that came with your wifi card), the password can be recovered. The procedure can varies a little bit depending on which OS you are using. Assuming you are running Windows 7:
- right click the network connection icon in the system tray and choose the second (and last) option;
- when the Network and sharing center window opens, in the left hand pane, choose "Manage wireless networks";
- a new window pops up, where you will find a list of saved wireless networks. Right click the one for which you want to recover the password, choose Properties;
- click the "Security" tab, tick the option to show the password, and you can read the password in clear text.
If you check your own wifi password than go to wifi setting and click Show characters check box but if you are using router and forgot your wifi router than try to reset your router wifi password. If you need any technical guidance than follow Mac Technical Support .
You didn't supply the Make, Model of wireless. Reset the wireless device. Push and hold the reset button for 30 seconds or so, release. This will reset to default settings. Reconfigure the SSID and Security. You may want to write down the password for future use.
To find the password/passphrase on the Linksys router, connect a PC to one of it's Ethernet ports, load a web browser, and go to the URL http://192.168.1.1/. This will take you to a popup box which asks you to enter a username and password to login to your router. On older models the username is left blank and the password is “admin”. On newer models, both the username and password is “admin”.
Once you get in to the router management tool, look for the security portion. There you will find the password or passphrase you are using for your WEP or WPA security encryption.
if you need to recover a used wifi key, its not possible from within windows as they are all encrypted when added, you need to search for a wifi key recovery software, there are some that recover and back up keys used on the machine, so i would start there :)