Really looooong WPA Keys?

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  1. brendan6223

    brendan6223 New Member

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    I have a wireless network with a really long WPA key, and want to connect an ipod touch to it. Since the key is way to long to type in by hand, is there any way I can copy and paste it in or enter it from a computer?
  2. Bazinga

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    I really don't think it is possible. Even if it is, you'll have to probably go into deep files. I guess your best option is Veency. I am not sure, but I think it should work.
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    Veency = Wi-Fi.

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    Try this:
    Make a text file with the password in it. Save it to your desktop. Now open a USB SSH client and SSH the text file to /var/mobile/. Then download iFile if you have to and open the text file. Select all then copy and go to settings app and paste in the password.
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    Oooh, lmao. Email the keys to yourself. Copy paste. Easier?
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    brendan6223 New Member

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    ...but you can't past into the settings, right?
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    EDIT: No matter how long this WPA key is, it probably wouldn't have taken you 9 minutes to input. Why not just start?
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    Yea, how long is it? I mean, if you had started typing it before you made this thread, you would be surfing the net by now.
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    Its just over 100 charters, and every time I try to type it in, I end up entering one letter incorrectly and have to start over.

    Its get frustrating really, really, really fast.
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    Btw couldn't you change your router's password?

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