The word “Wi-Fi” refers to a wireless network that uses radio frequency transmissions to connect devices to the Internet. Since its inception in 1997, it has been an important component of modern technology products. Almost everyone uses devices, including computers and smartphones. Others may not be able to imagine life without Wi-Fi! People consider Wi-Fi necessary, so it is placed in homes, workplaces and public places. Anyone who has access to the Internet shares their connection with all the gadgets in their house or workplace via a Wi-Fi network.

The majority of Wi-Fi networks in use today require a password to access them. Even public Wi-Fi has begun to be controlled. To deter bandwidth thieves outside and protect data connections inside, many places you visit have their password posted on the building. Manufacturers have created a number of techniques for guest user access to the network without having a password for convenience, but it’s not as easy as you might expect. In this post, you will find many ways to connect to Wi-Fi without a password.

Using WPS to connect to Wi-Fi without a password

Wi-Fi Protected Setup is known as WPS. The WPA Personal or WPA2 Personal security protocol is required for WPS to work on networks. As mentioned in the next section, DPP (Device Provisioning Protocol) has taken the place of WPS.

Note: Android versions 10 and above use Wi-Fi Easy ConnectTM instead of WPS for their Wi-Fi connections, which is more secure. For older devices that support WPS, this part of the article is left intact.

Without the technical jargon, WPS essentially means that if a Wi-Fi router is located somewhere that guests can physically access it, they can join the router’s network simply by pressing a button on the device instead of providing a password. In a public context, you often don’t have access to the routers, but if a tenant or homeowner lets you “touch” their network, you CAN use WPS there.

Note: Depending on the version and operating system you are using, the exact steps may vary greatly.

Using WPS instead of a password

  1. The Settings app can be accessed from the home screen.
  2. Go to the “Network and Internet Settings” section.
  3. Click on “Wi-Fi”.
  4. Click on “Additional settings”.
  5. Select “Connect via WPS button”.
  6. A dialog box should appear telling you to press the “WPS” button on the router.
  7. Before the WPS handshake protocol turns off, you have about 30 seconds to complete this step. If you haven’t already, press the ‘WPS’ button – it’s usually clearly labeled ‘WPS’.
  8. If you don’t tell your device to forget the WiFi connection, your phone should automatically connect to the network.

Some routers have a WPS PIN instead of a button. Tap this option in your internet settings and enter the PIN code usually found under your router.

To connect to a Wi-Fi network without entering a password, WPS was a practical and practical way. It was vulnerable to brute-force attacks against PINs and SSIDs, which were mostly carried out on compromised Internet of Things (IoT) devices. Android removed the option with Android 9 upgrades because Apple refused to support the WPS standard. Accordingly, this will not be an option with our newer technology. Naturally, some of this was already in the paragraph above.

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