WPS is supported by most routers today. Also, a WPS app is available on Google Play that allow you to connect to a Wi-Fi network using an 8 digit pin that usually is predefined in the router, the solution is also good, I just wish that these apps were updated (with a more secure PIN) for every new version of their respective router. Wi-Fi WPS Pro WPS Connect Beta APK Wi-Fi WPS Pro WPS Connect APK (Windows) Download Wi-Fi WPS Pro WPS Connect Beta APK (Android) Download Wi-Fi WPS Pro WPS Connect Beta Download WPA Encrypt This module requires a WPS certificate to enable WPS and a WPA (WPA2) certificate to connect to a network. I am using WPA Enterprise which can be bought by anyone at low prices, and it will have an WPS certificate for every user at the time of purchase. The software will automatically add all needed certificates to the system after installation. The app itself is simple to use and easy to configure. The software will only verify the validity of the WPA key and its corresponding private key. There is also support for using WPA Private Key encryption which is supported by Wi-Fi Protected Setup and which was not found in the software. This works well on Windows, OS X, and Linux. The app was tested and works on Windows 10 (64bit). I used the free version, but it has a no Ads option, and you can remove that, the pro version is more expensive at 1 Bitcoin (~3 USD) for 1 year, and I don't think it supports ads. The app has the option to automatically download and install the certificate for WPA Pro by default, but if you don't like the idea that this app automatically performs the necessary steps for you, you can disable this. The app is a one click and install, and you can install it on any of your machines, you don't need an internet connection to use the app.