Wifi password invalid because it contains a space?

When setting up a first-time homebase, I see it can connect to wifi if ethernet goes down.

It sees my home wifi, but when I start typing my correct password, it tells me I have invalid characters. It says this about the space character.

Wifi standards allow spaces, you should too

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I second this. This should be easily done supposing it’s just a RegEx… Please priorize this, I dont want to change my Wifi password on ALL devices just because of this…

Eufy has chosen to use a subset of the valid characters in the current Wifi standard document. It’s been this way for several years. It may have something to do with how they store the password or hash but they don’t appear to want to make any changes.

Instead of following standards so their customers don’t have to change all their existing passwords, Eufy decides they are the most important and won’t adapt. Welcome to Eufyland.