Tip & How-To about Computers & Internet
IPod is a line of various models of media players made by
Apple. The flagship of this line, the iPod Touch, includes the ability to
connect to computer networks wireless 802.11b/g/n following international
standards. Also, remember the iPod Touch Wi-Fi networks are members in the
past, allowing the user to save the trouble of having to re-enter network keys
and other authentication tokens. However, sometimes a user may need a specific
Wi-Fi memory to remove the iPod Touch - for example, when the network
configuration has changed.
1. Play your iPod icon "Settings" and then
2. Research on Wi-Fi network that you want to delete the
list of networks remembered for iPod Touch.
3. Tap the blue arrow beside the network name and tap
"Forget this Network." At that time, the iPod touch loses any memory
connected to that network and configuration parameters of the past.
Posted by Rakesh... on
Mar 11, 2011 | Apple iPod touch
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