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peejay

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Got mine recently along with a 3 12gb data sim, very impressed with it and how easy it was to set up.

Just wondering if there is any way you can disable the password display on the front of the device?

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Anything in here helpful Pete?

https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=Huawei+E5577C+password+display

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Thanks Kev, I think most of them are showing how to change the password itself which i'm not too bothered about doing.

It just seems silly to me to have the password on display to anyone all the time but I would only want to disable the display if its a simple process.

I'm a bit wary of buggering something up as I know nothing about them.

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Can't find anything witz, it pretty much set itself up though, all I had to do was click on the option for roaming abroad on the menu.

I think my phone and tablet will remember the password once you have signed in for the first time anyway.

I think i'll just live with it, ta anyway.

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...and another question...

The Mifi comes with a micro sd card slot, the blurb says this can be used to store or share data stored on the card.

Does anyone use a card in their mifi and if so, what do you use it for?

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