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Where is WPS?

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Where is WPS?

As the title says. Where is it and why is changed?

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Re: Where is WPS?

Hi @Mehmeh, I'm sorry for the late reply to your question!

Android 8.0 included included the feature Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS Push Button) that could be used to connect WPS-supported client devices, such as wireless printers, to your router wirelessly. This feature has been removed by Google in Android 9.0.

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Re: Where is WPS?

Hi @Mehmeh, I'm sorry for the late reply to your question!

Android 8.0 included included the feature Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS Push Button) that could be used to connect WPS-supported client devices, such as wireless printers, to your router wirelessly. This feature has been removed by Google in Android 9.0.

I hope that answers your question! Slightly smiling Face


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