Jiofi Wi-Fi network comes with a random password combination. This combination can be words digits and symbols. So remembering to search for a password is quite hard. To solve this issue we should need to change the Jiofi wifi password.
There is another problem if you told your password to anyone then there are chances that others may know it. therefore we should consider changing the password of your JioFi WI-FI network.
Hence changing the password of Jiofi is a very simple task. changing the password of your network you are more secure and no one is able to connect to your network without knowing your password.
The length of a Wi-Fi password can be between 8 to 32 characters. you can use a mix of alphabetic, digits, and special characters. This kind of password can’t easily be guessable so your Wi-Fi network remains secure and protected. whenever you set a new password make sure you set the password but at the same time, you also make sure that the password you are setting up is also rememberable.
How To Change JioFi WiFi Password Via Website?
Follow these steps to change your JioFi Wi-Fi network.
- Turn on the power of your Wi-Fi device
- Next thing you need to connect JioFi Wi-Fi network from your device
- Open the browser and type http://jiofi.local.html or http://192.168.225.1. In case you are using the dongle device then type https://jiodongle.local.html
- A login page will show up. enter the username and password to log in. The default username and password for Jiofi router is “administrator“
- Once you’re logged in, Go to Network > Wi-Fi Configuration > Secure key.
- Here you set the new password for your JioFi router and click on Save.
- Your new password for your JioFi device is changed and all the previously connected devices will be disconnected from your WI-FI network. Simply reconnect your required devices with the Wi-Fi network again with new credentials.
How to Change JioFi WiFi Device Password Through MyJio App
To change your JioFi WiFi device password through the MyJio app, please follow these steps:
- Open the MyJio app on your smartphone and log in with your Jio account credentials.
- On the home screen of the app, tap on the “Settings” option.
- Under the “Settings” section, you will see an option for “WiFi Settings.” Tap on it.
- On the WiFi Settings page, you will see the option for “Security Key.” Tap on it.
- In the next screen, you will be prompted to enter your current JioFi password. Enter it and tap on “Submit.”
- Once you have entered the correct password, you will be taken to a screen where you can enter a new password for your JioFi device.
- Enter the new password that you want to set for your JioFi device, and confirm it by entering it again.
- Tap on the “Save” button to save the new password for your JioFi device.
That’s it! Your JioFi device password has now been changed successfully through the MyJio app.
How to Change Jiofi Password without Connecting
Unfortunately, it is not possible to change the JioFi password without connecting to the device. To change the password, you will need to connect to the JioFi device and access its settings through a web browser or the MyJio app.
If you have forgotten the current password and cannot connect to the JioFi device, you can reset it to its default settings. To do this, locate the reset button on your JioFi device, usually found on the back or bottom of the device. Press and hold the reset button for 30 seconds, and the JioFi device will reset to its default settings, including the default password.
After resetting the device, you can connect to it using the default password and change it to a new password of your choice. It is important to note that resetting the device will also erase any custom settings or configurations you may have set on the device, and you will need to set them up again after the reset.
How to know Jiofi Password?
To know the JioFi password, connect your device to the JioFi network, open a web browser, enter “http://jiofi.local.html” in the address bar, log in using the default username and password (administrator), and look for the “Security Key” or “Password” field in the “WiFi Settings” section.