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Please can we get a WPA3 Protocol Firmware Update sometime soon

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Wondering when HP will be updating to accommodate WPA3.  It's frustrating to have to drop down to WPA2, reconnect the printer, and then restore to WPA3 every time I want to print.   Back in September 2019 someone inquired here, and it was suggested that HP was already working on this.  Any word on when this may happen?  Thanks!

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@SeasTheMoments Due to the current global COVID-19 situation, we're seeing an influx of customers coming in for support and we appreciate your patience.

That said, It looks like HP is already working on it, although, I'm not sure if a firmware as such will be released any time soon, as the WPA3 isn't a part of HP devices yet, 

Anything I mention now could only be speculations and I rather not indulge in the same,

 

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