Forgot your WiFi password and can no longer access the dashboard of your router? We can understand your problem. But no need to be despair! This blog explains how to recover your forgotten 192.168 1.1 password.
For your information, you can use the steps for any router model you have as they will work the same across all router brands.
Walking through the steps below will help you recover your WiFi password and get access to your device in a matter of minutes. So, what are you waiting for? Give the following steps a shot right away.
If you have not yet changed the password of your WiFi router after configuring it, then you are in luck! Simply check the manual of your router and see what default password has been assigned to your device. Just in case you changed the password of your WiFi and now have forgotten it, you will need to switch to the next method.
To recover your password you can also use the password recovery feature. For this, launch a web browser on your computer and type 192.168.1.254 IP address in the web address bar. Hitting the Enter key will take you to the login window of your router. Click Cancel. Doing so will reveal the Router Password Recovery window on your screen. Selecting the option, you will be asked to answer your security questions. So, do the same and proceed further by clicking Continue. There you are! You will now be able to see the admin password of your router on your system’s screen.
Note: This method can get you success only if you have enabled the ‘Router Password Recover’ feature at the time of changing your 192.168.1.1 admin password.
If your whole sole purpose of recovering the password is to connect your client device to the network of your router then this trick can work for you. Well, you can proceed only if your router supports the WPS button. By pressing the WPS button on your router and then choosing the WiFi network on your client device, you will be able to connect the device to your network without needing the admin password.
Be mindful, if you want to recover the 192.168 1.1 password for tweaking a few settings of your device, then this method will be of no use.
If still you are not able to get success with the password recovery of your device, try this hack! If you are sure of your WiFi password and still wondering that why it is not working, perhaps, you are entering the password of your router with the Caps Lock key enabled on your PC. To make you aware, router passwords are case sensitive and with the use of the Caps Lock key, your password will not be taking you to the dashboard of your router, even if entered correctly. Thus, we suggest you re-enter your password by confirming that the Caps Lock key is disabled. This might help you log in to your WiFi router.
If you have been not getting success to recover your router’s password by using any of the steps outlined above, the last resort you can try is to reset your device to the default factory settings. Although, this will not reveal your current password, however will erase all the settings made to the device at the time of set up. You will then need to again configure the device using the default password of your router. For this, access the 192.168.0.1 IP address by launching a web browser on your system.
This is all about how to recover your 192.168 1.1 password. If your password is still unrecovered and you are not getting the solution to the problem, feel free to contact our team of technical experts for quick help. On your request, one of our experts will remotely access your system to diagnose and fix the router password not working issue.
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