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jiofi.local.html password change: A How-to Guide

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Every router comes with a default password and username. You can find it on your device, normally placed on the rear portion. The problem, however, with this factory settings is some are weak combination. Therefore, it’s easier for other people to bypass the network.


Actually, there are applications that can be downloaded on mobile devices that display nearby Wi-Fi network and their passwords.. So, if you think your device has the usual code, then it is time to change such. To know how to replace your old password, you can follow the step-by-step process below. 

So, if you think your device has the usual code, then it is time to change such. To know how to replace your old password, you can follow the step-by-step process below. 

You might find this useful also: Methods on How to Fix JioFi Network Connectivity Issues

How to change JioFi router password

Before you can proceed with changing the password, you must first know the IP address of your router. This will serve as the login gate for the settings of your device. Fortunately, you can just proceed to jiofi.local.html instead of typing your IP address. Once you have accessed this page on your computer, proceed to the steps herein.

default username and password
  1. From the login page, enter the default username and password which can be found on the back portion of your device. In case you have set a different one, just fill it up accordingly.
  2. Click the Enter button to proceed. 
  3. Now, go to Settings and select WiFi
  4. After that, proceed to Password and enter the code that you want. 
  5. Finally, save the changes you have made. 

Update: We just recently published a new article about increasing Jio speed. If you have any problem with speed and connectivity, you can check out the post to learn how you can easily fix the issue.


And that’s it! You can already secure your network of unnecessary connections from other users. Just a simple tip, make sure that your password is not personal information such as bank account or telephone number. Further, don’t use common passwords and those that can be easily guessed (i.e. 1234567, qwertyuiop). It’s better if you combine letters, words, and symbols and use them as your code.

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Methods on How to Fix JioFi Network Connectivity Issues

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Are you experiencing internet issues on your JioFi? Today, I am going to show you some methods on how you can fix JioFo network connectivity issues like a system error, interrupted internet, automatic restart, and many more. These issues are common and can be fixed with simple solutions. So, keep on reading and learn the fixes from the methods provided here.

JioFi is a type of wireless portable router that lets you connect to Jio’s 4G internet and create your personal hotspot. It was introduced by Reliance Digital which became the third largest mobile network operator in India and ninth in the world. JioFi is powered by Jio sim card that is commonly used in smartphones.

However, no matter how popular and great the broadband service are, there are times that the device (hardware) might face issues and errors on network connections. This is a usual scenario whether you are using wired/wireless/portable router to access the internet.

To provide you with some help, here are the methods and solutions you may do in case you are having trouble with your JioFi network connectivity. Before doing the solutions below, please check JioFi’s default information in case you reset your JioFi password before.

How to Fix JioFi Network Connectivity Issues

Solution 1. Reboot/Restart JioFi

Rebooting can be done in just a few steps. Turn off your JioFi and wait for approximately 5 minutes. After 5 minutes, turn it on again and let the device start and back to its stable manner. Connect your device to the internet and check if the problem has been fixed.

Solution 2. Hard Reset JioFi

Hard reset JioFi

Hard resetting means to bring back the device to its default settings. The steps are:

Step 1. The first thing you need to do is to disconnect all the devices connected to JioFi.

Step 2. Then, get your JioFi and uncover the back. Do not turn it off.

Step 3. Look for the reset button that is usually located beside the battery.

Step 4. Using a sim ejector or a pin, press the button inside for approximately 10-30 seconds.

Step 5. Once you see that the lights started to blink, let go of the button and the device will reboot automatically.

Step 6. When JioFi turned on, open it on your browser using its IP address to access the settings.

Step 7. Set-up the configurations because once you reset the device. the settings will be back to its default.

After resetting JioFi, try to connect a device and check if the network issue has been fixed.

Solution 3. Restore JioFi

Restore JioFi

This method does not need the JioFi to be turned off and commonly fix the red blinking signal.

Step 1. Open your browser and enter the IP address for JioFo or you may simply key in jiofi.local.html.

Step 2. Log in using your ID and password.

Step 3. Click the User Management Tab.

Step 4. Click “Restore” to restore the device and its connection.

In Conclusion

These are the 3 simple methods you can follow once you are experiencing JioFi network connectivity issues. If you have questions and concerns, do not hesitate to ask us. You may leave them below, inside the comment box. We’ll be happy to help you with whatever we can.

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The Interactive Whiteboard (CBI) Project – ICS, CESI and DEC

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This project aimed to suppport schools who are thinking of purchasing an Interactive Whiteboard(s) or who have recently made such purchase(s). Specifically, the project’s aim was to investigate the effectiveness or otherwise of using Interactive Whiteboards in the classroom.

The objectives of the project were:

  • to investigate the impact on whole-class teaching
  • to investigate the impact on learning
  • to see if new teaching/learning strategies are developed
  • to create a database of teaching/learning resources
  • to create new curriculum-based resources
  • to publish and disseminate research outcomes

Timescale of the Project: The project ran over the 2004-2005, 2005-2006, 2006-2007 academic years (an initial finding is that ‘change’ needs at least 18 months to embed). The schools conducted their own research, as well as engaging with the body of research that is being developed.

Each school has been provided with an Interactive Whiteboard and a Data Projector (all fully installed). The schools embarked on the creative process of using the technology to support teaching and learning.

The Project extended in 2007-2008 with the beginnings of an investigation of support for CBIs in Learning Support classrooms. However, the Project support ended in Summer 2008 with the withdrawal of funding by the Department of Education and Science for the ICT Advisory Service.

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