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Newbigin
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Firmware 26.0.1 and WifI password length

Since the 26.0.1 update, I can't REconnect my ST 10 to my main wifi network as it doesn't appear to allow a 16 character or more password.

 

I have a second network with a shorter password (11 char) that works fine.

 

The ST 10 can see both networks.

 

Brian

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dblj
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Re: Firmware 26.0.1 and WifI password length

Probably won't be much help here (not going to test something that ain't broke) but all my speakers retained my WIFI password of 24 characters after the 26.0.1 upgrade and are all connected.

 

This is not to say that there isn't a new "feature" introduced that now only allows us to type in 16 characters for WIFI passwords; Bose is silly that way.

1-ST300, Acoustimas 300, Virtually Invisible 300, 1-Wave IV, 7-ST10, 2-Link, 1-LinkSys WRT1900AC