Hello - the app does have a wi-fi password limit of 40 characters. It’s a limitation of the QR code that we use as part of the camera’s set-up. There’s no workaround at the moment, and I don’t have an estimate for if/when we’ll be able to accommodate longer passwords in the future. I completely understand if this means the camera won’t work for you, and we will absolutely take a return (if you purchased it through our website) if you would prefer to return the camera.
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One workaround would be to set up a guest network on your router with a 40 character password. Most routers allow for a separate guest network.
Another solution that involves some cost would be to use an additional wifi router as a bridge. It would broadcast it’s own SSID with a 40 character password and operate in bridge mode connected to your main router. One inexpensive solution would be a travel router such as the one linked below, but I’m not sure its range would be sufficient for reaching across a home to several cameras.