Add channel and bssid to make it easier to connect to the 2.4 GHz access point and try again.
Doesn't make any difference, sorry.
var wifi = require("Wifi");
password: "ABCDEfGh1jKLmnoP", //Password is like this
if (err) console.log(err);
Is there any chance, that espruino converts the pw-string not correctly? How i said, it works without any problems at a esp32 with regular firmware. It is really strange because even with the espruino i was able to connect to the hotspot of my mobile-phone. Security-standard of my wlan-router is WPA2-Personal, whatever "Personal" meens ..
What router model are you using?
Can you change Personal to PSK (pre-shared key)? Or is there only an option to switch between Personal and Enterprise?
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