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How to Help your Mac recall Wi-Fi Passwords

2013-06-25 09:54:27 / Posted by to How to iPhone
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Generally, your Mac will remember the password for you when you connect to AirPort wireless network. It will save a lot of trouble as you need not enter your username and password again and again. However, what if your Mac fails to keep those passwords for you when you connecting Wi-Fi? This problem often occurs and makes people annoyed. Don't worry, here we introduces you two easy ways to get you out of the trouble.

Easy Way 1: Go to "Keychain First Aid" for Help

1. Go to "Applications" > "Utilities" > "Keychain Access".

2. Click on "Keychain First Aid" option in the submenu.


3. Select the username of the Wi-Fi network that you want to access and enter your user password.

4. Check "Repair" option and click "Start".
If the problem of not remembering password still exists, then try the easy way 2 below.

Easy Way 2: Delete the Wi-Fi firstly and Add it later

1. Go to "Applications" > "Utilities" > "Keychain Access".

2. Enter "Airport" in the top-right search box in the interface below.

3. Check the routers having problems in the list of searching results below.
4. Right click the name of the routers, and "Delete" it.

5. Confirm the conduct when appearing a warning message, and then exit "Keychain Access".

6. Restart your Mac, and add the deleted Wi-Fi again.

Now, there will be no problem any more. Mac will remember the password for you.

These two ways are simple and easy for you to conduct. They can solve the problem in most cases. If you are still in trouble of forgotten passwords of wireless network on your Mac, refer to the two ways above. We hope they can help you indeed.

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