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The answer to this question is more general than the specific hardware you referenced in your question, and not Android specific in any way, but since this question seems to arise from time to time I will answer it as best I can so that people can see this isn't "magic" in any way. The reason this is showing your password is that the QR code for WiFi ...


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The short answer to this question is you can not stop anybody that has the WiFi password from sharing it. Which is exactly what the phone is doing when it generates the QR code. If you want to prevent users of your network from sharing access with others then you have to use something other than the default password WPA to secure the network. There are a ...


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You can have a dedicated guest SSID (if your router supports it). This can separate guests from you to some degree, depending on router capabilities. If you don't want give the guests permanent access, you can change the password time-to-time. If you want to go further, you can look at WPA2/WPA3 Enterprise. This allows better access control. However, you ...


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Doing a factory reset and full storage clean is the way to go here. Service will not fiddle with kiosk apps or the like. To my experience, they wipe your device anyway – so make a good backup and wipe it yourself. Don't forget (to backup and wipe) your internal SD card – and simply keep the external with you. For details on how to achieve that, please see: ...


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I have a second router, just a small cheap one, connected by cable to the main router. They have different wifi networks and different passwords. I give my friends the password of the second router only. I can change it anytime easily. Or disconnect it. I find its an easy and effective solution.


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Before the client (aka supplicant) can talk to the authenticator it must first establish a TLS connection. The failure might be occurring in the EAPOL START before a user authentication (TLS auth) can occur. This might be why you do not see any authentication attempts on the Radius server. Yes you must select WPA/WPA2/WPA3-Enterprise in order to do EAP-...


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