Connecting to Wi-Fi Using WPS

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If you are having difficulties connecting your MyQ Garage to your home Wi-Fi network, you may trying using WPS on your router:

  1. Unsure that your MyQ Garage LED is blinking blue. If the LED is not blinking blue, press and hold the gear-shaped button on the side of the unit until the LED goes blinking blue. Then release.
  2. Press and release the gear-shaped button on the side of the MyQ Garage. The LED should now be solid blue.
  3. Go to your router and enable WPS mode. Typically WPS is enabled by press and holding the WPS button on the router for a few seconds. This may vary depending on the router.
  4. Once the process has begun, the MyQ Garage should start connecting to your router. It will go through a series of LED changes (blinking blue/green, blinking green, solid green). After a few moments, the LED should be solid green, indicating that the MyQ Garage is now connected to your home Wi-Fi network.

If you are still not able to connect your MyQ Garage to your home Wi-Fi
network, please check your security settings on your router. For further
help, please contact June, the MyQ Community Specialist, at
. You may also create a conversation on this site to ask for help.

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