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If you have made some changes to your TP-link router which has resulted in you losing access to your device. Or in case if you have forgotten the TP-LINK router Wi-Fi Password, then you may need to do Reset TP-link Router. This article describes the simple steps on how you can reset your TP-link Router Wi-Fi Password easily. Follow the below-given troubleshooting steps to do it.

Steps to Reset TP-Link Router

  • On your computer, open any web browser, then in the address bar, enter the IP address of your TP-Link wireless router, and then click.
  • Make sure that the original IP address of the TP-Link router is 192.168.1.
  • Once the login page appears, then enter the username and password. The default username and password are both “admin”.
  • Go to the menu on the side of the page, and click on the “Wireless”. Then hit on the “Wireless Security” option.
  • You will see the “WPA-PSK / WPA2-PSK” box underneath near the bottom of the loop.
  • In the “password” field, you have to type a new password
  • Hit on the “Hi” button located at the bottom of the page. Then when asked, say yes. System Tool.
  • Click on the “Reboot” then yes when asked.
  • Now you have successfully done the process of Reset the TP link Router.

After that factory reset will clear all custom settings of your TP-Link router. Also, your Wi-Fi name & password will disappear. Confirm you are ready to continue.


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