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October 31, 2016 at 13:02:14
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sorry I tried to make it short and to the point but my question wasn't long enough. Bought a new android prestige prime ten se I forgot my Lynsey password and cannot connect to my internet

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November 2, 2016 at 04:22:49
Ahhh... If it is the Linksys password and presumably it's the wifi access key actually forgotten then that can be found by logging in to the router; going to wifi setup and finding the wifi access-key (frequently incorrectly called a password) which will be there.

This wee article describes how to login to it; and gives the home page (ip address) as 192.168.1.1)

http://www.wikihow.com/Log-Into-a-L...

Once you know the wifi access-key, write it down and perhaps put it on a sticker on the base of the router? Also perhaps email it to yourself; and store that email in a save messages folder in your (online) email server page.

If you change a password, to whatever it might be, create one to which you can give yourself a prompt about it in an email.e.g. if your name is charles, and the password was charles123 you could email yourself about it as "my name" 123 (where "my name is of course your name = charles). Naturally you won't include the " ".



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October 31, 2016 at 13:04:33
This did not help I have an android

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October 31, 2016 at 14:19:06
I forgot my Lynsey password

What is Lynsey?


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November 2, 2016 at 03:56:47
Just a guess but I think he means Linksys Password?

if so then you should be able to login to your router via its IP address (hopefully you know the admin login credentials - they are usually provided with the router on a sticker on the underneath or on the side)

Login and change the password.


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November 2, 2016 at 04:22:49
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Ahhh... If it is the Linksys password and presumably it's the wifi access key actually forgotten then that can be found by logging in to the router; going to wifi setup and finding the wifi access-key (frequently incorrectly called a password) which will be there.

This wee article describes how to login to it; and gives the home page (ip address) as 192.168.1.1)

http://www.wikihow.com/Log-Into-a-L...

Once you know the wifi access-key, write it down and perhaps put it on a sticker on the base of the router? Also perhaps email it to yourself; and store that email in a save messages folder in your (online) email server page.

If you change a password, to whatever it might be, create one to which you can give yourself a prompt about it in an email.e.g. if your name is charles, and the password was charles123 you could email yourself about it as "my name" 123 (where "my name is of course your name = charles). Naturally you won't include the " ".


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