Setting up guest wireless access on Tomato

Guest wireless access is handy when you want to separate guest devices (your friends’ phones and laptops) from your own devices connected to the main network.

To get started, you need a router capable of guest wireless (not every router can do this) already set up and running either DD-WRT or Tomato. This tutorial explains how to set up a router running Tomato that is used only as access point (WAN is disabled/unplugged).

How to recover saved wifi passwords in Android

Be it your neighbour’s network or your friend’s (whom you visit once a year) wifi, those pesky twisted hard-to-remember passwords ask to be forgotten. But your trusty Android phone remembers them all.

Wouldn’t it be great if it could tell them to you? Well, if you have a rooted device, you’re in luck. You can quickly re-discover the password of all networks you’ve saved them for. Use your favourite file manager and…