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  1. Mary Hunt1's Avatar
    When I try to login to a secure WiFi network I put in the password and it goes through the motions and then tells me it has an "authentication error occured" due to "incorrect password". My laptop uses the same password and has no problems. I can connect however by using the WPS push button on the router. The same WiFi problem occurs at work and yet another member of staff has the same type of phone (Galaxy 3) and connects no problems. Anyone got any ideas? Is it a wrong setting?
    I have a samsung Galaxy tab A and today I went to sign on and it said wifi authentication error. I check my wifi code and where I would normally put my password it has (unchanged). I can't delete it. I try to put mine in and it wont let me connect. What do I do?
    07-07-2019 09:56 PM
  2. B. Diddy's Avatar
    Welcome to Android Central! In the Settings>Wi-fi menu, select your wi-fi network and tap Forget Network. Then select it again to reconnect, and make sure you enter your wi-fi password correctly.
    07-08-2019 01:38 AM
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