HOME > Documentations > Yodeck User Manual > Quickly connect your Yodeck player to your WiFi network by using the WiFi wizard Quickly connect your Yodeck player to your WiFi network by using the WiFi wizard Posted by Kostas Sveronis on December 27th, 2020 Table of Contents IntroductionFirst things first Step by step procedureTime LimitWhat password do I need to type now?Typing the passwordDefault PasswordHashed PasswordChange Hashed passwordUsing the WiFi WizardVideo TutorialNeed Help? Introduction Easily use the WiFi wizard in Yodeck digital signage to connect your Yodeck player to your wireless network. First things first The first thing you have to do is type the relative WiFi credentials from the network you want to pair the Yodeck player. Click the player’s name and go to the Network tab. Toggle to ON the “Enable WiFi” option and type the credentials in the corresponding fields. After done typing, click the “Save” button located at the end of the form. 💡If you use a simple network (SSID/Password) as a WiFi mode, please use the WPA/WPA2 option. Try it yourself Step by step procedure Plug in a keyboard on any of the player’s 4 USB ports and hit Ctrl+Alt+F12 simultaneously.💡Any USB port will work.Wait for 3-6 seconds, and a new screen will appear. A login name is required. Type the word “user” and press the Enter key on your keyboard. infoTime LimitRemember that you will have at least 2 minutes to type the credentials correctly. After that, the player will resume playback, and you will have to initiate the WiFi wizard from scratch. We are suggesting reading the entire guide and then initiating the wizard. What password do I need to type now? Click the player’s name and go to the Monitor’s Advanced Settings->Security tab.Find the password in the Remote Support Password field. It will be a 6-digit password.Type that password by using the keyboard and press the Enter key. 💡Respect capital letters as well. The password is case-sensitive. infoTyping the passwordWhen you start typing the password, the password will not display as hashed data (***) on your screen. It will seem like nothing is happening on your screen.Keep typing the password and when you finish, press the Enter button on your keyboard. In any Linux-based system, the passwords are not visible on the screen when you type them in the console. It gives you a little bit of extra security by not displaying a bunch of asterisks. That way, someone who sees your screen can’t see the length of your password. infoDefault PasswordIf you are building your own Raspberry Pi from scratch and this is the first time you try to register it under your Yodeck account, go directly to the “Using the WiFi wizard” section. The default password for your DIY player is “signagepassword” (without quotes). Hashed Password In the Security tab, you can find the Remote Support password in your player’s advanced settings. If the password is in this form “$6$3Q$gCw8FZAyVg….“, the password is hashed for security reasons. Do not copy-paste this text. You have to type the not hashed password you have set in the past. errorChange Hashed passwordThe player needs to be Online to perform this change. If you do not remember the password you have set, re-type a new password and click “Save.” You will notice a ‘Configuring’ message at the bottom of your screen. After that message disappears, try to initiate the WiFi Wizard one more time and type the password you have set. Using the WiFi Wizard Once you have successfully connected to your player with the credentials provided above, you will see the screen below. Select the “Configure WiFi” option and press the Enter key on the keyboard. There are three other options on this screen such as “Edit SETTINGS.TXT“, “Reboot the player“, and also “Shutdown the player“. Select the “Configure WiFi“, option and the player will start scanning for the available WiFi networks.Choose the WiFi network of your choice and press the Enter key. 💡You can also configure an Enterprise WiFi network (EAP) as well.Type the WiFi password and press the Enter key.The password is case-sensitive.The player will attempt to connect to that Wireless network. 💡If the WiFi credentials are correct, the player should connect without any issues.By clicking the “Yes” option, the player will Save the WiFi settings and will start applying the new configuration. 💡You will notice a blinking message ” Configuring“. Do not reboot the player at this state. The player is applying the new configuration. Get started with Yodeck Video Tutorial Play Need Help? The Yodeck Support Team can help you out! Reach out!