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LG TV wi-fi internet connection

Discussion in 'Virgin Media' started by ejp, Jan 15, 2012.

  1. ejp

    ejp Member

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    I have an LG 47LW5700 with the included AN-WF100 Wi-Fi adapter that I’m trying to get working. The problem is that I have an insanely long and complex WPA-PSK security key with a mix of 30 alpha-numeric-special chars that’s near impossible to enter correctly via the remote.

    So, I plugged the adapter into my PC and got it working and it got me on the internet no problem. I then inserted it back in the TV and it again wants me to enter the key from scratch. Is there a way around this?

    Thanks!
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    Set an easier security key???

    There's no need for 30 characters, imo.
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    Yeah, will do that. I know 30 chars is a little nuts since my router does not lead to computers in a bank or the NSA.

    Thanks for the reply.

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