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2019-02-26 09:57 AM - edited 2019-02-26 09:57 AM
Hi @JAlbr12, welcome to our forum!
As @NunoSEN2 wrote, the WPS button, both for Wi-Fi and when using the device as a hotspot has been removed by Google in Android 9.0.
I hope that answers your question!
2019-04-26 01:37 PM
Hi @Safiko, welcome to our forum!
Your question has been translated to English as this is an International forum.
You can still connect to a Wi-Fi network the "normal" way without using the WPS push button by tapping on the network and entering the password it and then connect to it. As far as I know, there aren't any kind of routers that only use a WPS push button and you can always use a password to connect to the network.
I hope that helps!
2019-05-13 12:24 PM
WPS push button method is hackable method and Google now days more secure. So, google removed the WPS method. But, in earlier Android 4 WPS option will be for both master and client. After they removed the WPS master option for securty purpose.
If you want to add WPS option, You needs to do the configuration in BSP.
Please look the blow link,
Hi all, hope this helps, just ran into this issue at a friends house who couldnt rememeber their password but did have WPS push button ability (you will need access to a laptop).
If you have access to a laptop connect it using the normal push button procedure
open the network connection that you are now connected to
click properties (right click on it)
click show characters under network security key
use this as the login password on android, mine was about 20 numeric characters
this worked for me and i didnt see the method anywhere else in google on a quick search, hope it helps someone else.
Hi @MSASRP, welcome to our community!
I'm not quite sure that I understand exactly what you mean, would it be possible for you to elaborate a bit?