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  2. Regarding LEONET, and Internet
  3. When using the Life Stick, the TV screen frequently displays "Please enter your password."

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When using the Life Stick, the TV screen frequently displays "Please enter your password." Updated date 2019.06.13

Please refer to the following

If your room contract is under an corporate name and you uses LEONET services, the screen "Please enter your password" may be displayed. (after restarting and, the device has not been used for 12 hours and started to be use)

It is a measure to prevent the use of inappropriate accounts, so please understand.
By entering the password set by the customer, the service top screen is displayed.

In addition, password entry can be abbreviated for 30 days from that day, if the setting is ON from Life Stick L My Room> Registration information ・ contract information(登録情報・契約情報)> Registration・setting information management(登録・設定情報管理)> Password omission setting.(パスワード省略設定)
※ When leaving the room, be sure to turn off the setting before move out.

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