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Afternoon, not sure if anyone is able to shed a little light I’ve done due diligence. I’m trying to obtain the same answer twice without success so here goes.
The other night I added wireless cameras to my wireless Internet that has been established without issue greater than three months. I did an entire reset of username and password at the time just to  ensure consistency and felt it was a good time to update. I was successful. I updated the members of the household, and they do not have access to do any changes only to join the network. 
The next afternoon it was brought to my attention that no one was able to utilize the Wi-Fi. It was a continual wrong password on all the devices that we had reset an updated to match the night before. Once again, I had to do a hard reset since I was locked out even with my administrator to the network information back to factory I went and started over. Once completed double checked all devices, everything was working great very next day had the same issue this time. Did the factory reset once again because locked out. This time I did not add any of the wireless camera devices or doorbells since that was the only change that had occurred prior to the random issue. After resetting it, I have not had any more issues accessing the Wi-Fi through any of the devices once again everything‘s working great. I did not move forward and reconnect the cameras or doorbells strangely enough to days knowing they could not access the net work, because I’m not only change the password, but also the network name associated for logging in… I was not able to see through the devices i.e. wireless camera doorbell, but strangely enough, the devices, all at some point indicated they were activated motion and infrared indicator at different times, which never happened before they have since been disconnected completely, and put in a box. And still no further issues. is it possible for cameras and doorbells to take over secure devices even when not actually joining the net work?

If there’s any information that is known regarding the above lengthy explanation , I apologize I would greatly appreciate any input. Thank you have a fantastic day. By the way, they were Wyze devices exclusively. The only other devices to the network would be Roku and our Apple phones no PC or Tablet or Appliances…that ends our technology usage. Also, Wyze didn’t provide any clarity or suggestions when contacted.

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