Question about Amazon Kindle Paperwhite
You will probably see a list of WiFi access points (routers), most of which will be displayed with a padlock icon. These are *secured* routers to which you must log on with the correct password. Getting the password would mean contacting the owner or administrator of the router and asking them what it is.
This might be possible for the more public of the WiFi routers such as hotels, restaurants, coffee shops, etc. but most of what you'll likely see on the Kindle are privately owned routers so you'll have no idea who to ask and it's unlikely they'd share anyway.
Posted on Apr 17, 2015
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