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How to Unblock Yourself From WiFi

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If you got blocked recently by a network administrator, you may no longer use their WiFi. There are a few ways you can unblock yourself from their wifi blacklist. This article will try and cover those steps.

How did you get blocked from WiFi?

It’s network administrator just added your MAC address on their router’s blacklist. If this is the case, the solution is simple. You just have to download a MAC address changer from the internet.

If you are using a smart device, you will need it to be rooted. Otherwise, it won’t be possible to change your mac address on your android device, for example. If you were logging in using username and a password, a new set of credentials will do the job.

How to Unblock Yourself From Wifi

How to change my MAC address?

Changing your MAC address info on your computer is easy. Technitium MAC Address Changer will do the job just fine. You can use any alternative if you wish. On their website page you will find all the relevant details on how to perform the MAC address swap. Once you are done, you should be able to access your WiFi network again.

If you are using Android, Click here for a step by step tutorial on how you can change your MAC address.

It’s best to do your own research when downloading tools from Forums or the internet. There are a lot of malware variants out there set to steal your passwords.

Once you have your new MAC address, the router which blacklisted you should now allow you to connect to their WiFi again.

How to Unblock Yourself From WiFi if parents blocked you?

You will need admin access to your home’s router. Usually, router passwords are located on the back of the device. Another way is to try a generic blank password or “admin” password.

Once you are inside your router’s panel, you should be able to remove yourself from the blacklist.

Fix the problem that causes you to get blacklisted in the first place

The solutions we offered are only treatment of the sympton, but not the cause. Find out what the problem is and what’s causing your laptop/device to get blacklisted in the first place. It’s always a good idea to talk to your network administrator to find out how to solve the problem. In any case, you now know how to unblock yourself from wifi in the future.