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Topic # 225686 30-Nov-2017 11:42
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Yes, this is very embarrassing, I do not need any further chastisement.

 

 

 

I setup a Unifi AP using the Android app, but I forgot to write down the login password for it.

 

The app just logs in automatically now.

 

I'd like to hand over the management of the AP to someone else now but cant find the password anywhere within the app.

 

Does anyone have any ideas besides a factory reset?





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  Reply # 1911011 30-Nov-2017 11:43
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Nope.

 

 


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  Reply # 1911048 30-Nov-2017 12:19
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The facetious answer:

 

Hand over the phone along with the responsibility for management??  :-)


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  Reply # 1911083 30-Nov-2017 12:58
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Is this a https://unifi.ubnt.com/ account? or another controller?

 

If it is an online account you should be able to use the forgot password link to reset the PW.




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  Reply # 1911107 30-Nov-2017 13:32
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I didnt use any controller, just the Unifi android app.

 

 





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