Question about Amazon Kindle Paperwhite
Have used password but it comes up as incorrect
No. You are probably typing in the Router Password. This is NOT what you need.
There is another reference that is called your Wireless Network SSID
and under that is the KEY or WAP or something else.
That KEY is what you type in when prompted for wi-fi password (confusing, but that's life)
Rememeber it is case specific - if it says F it means F and not f
Posted on Jan 21, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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