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copy-and-paste WiFi password?


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OLED65C1AUB is my first OLED and first UHD TV.

Is there a way to copy-and-paste my (very long) WiFi password?  (I'm imagining connecting a USB with the password in a text file.  I'd rather not use WPS.  The TV is connected via Ethernet, but I also want my phone to connect.

So many questions but I start with this probably futile one.

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