Where is the Wi-Fi Password (on my iPod)

Discussion in 'iPod touch Firmware 2.X Jailbreak' started by The Checker, Aug 19, 2008.

  1. The Checker

    The Checker New Member

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    Hey everybody.
    I have a WLAN router and have now figured out my password for it. But i have forget it. When i update now to 2.0.2, i haven´t this password anymore. So my question. Where is the password? (it must be somewhere, because the iPod saves it). Maybe in a plist?!

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  2. mjhamilton

    mjhamilton New Member

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    this password is hashed somewhere in a shadow security file on the ipod... I am afraid you will have to get it again from the router again to get connected
  3. The Checker

    The Checker New Member

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    is there a chance to find it?

    what?
  4. shortone2

    shortone2 New Member

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    stell dich ma nich so an, is ja wohl keine große sache sein wlan schlüssel wieder vom router zu holen. connecte einfach drauf, und in den wep/wpa2 einstellungen wirst du es gleich finden. ist ja 100mal einfacher und schneller als den ipod zu durchsuchen. dein rechner speichert auch dein wlan schlüssel, haste ihn denn da gefunden ? nee ey - was für fragen :-D niemand würde auf so eine idee kommen und sein schlüssel im ipod oder rechner suchen....
  5. Zephram

    Zephram New Member

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    It must be alot easier for you to login to your router and write the password on a paper instead of looking through your Ipod.
    "I have a WLAN router and have now figured out my password for it."
    That comment makes me think you have not changed the default password and by doing a Google for your router type and default password I guess it would be even faster.
  6. River

    River New Member

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    The best way is to log on to the router admin and see the password.

    Keeps everyone good at bay and the renegade wardriving down to a minimum.

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