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How to install a Wi-Fi in iPod Touch

The iPod Touch is a portable media player, game console and personal information manager developed by Apple. The first generation iPod Touch was released in 2007, the fourth current generation was launched in 2010 at the time of publication. Among other hardware features, the factory setting of the iPod touch already has a wireless adapter 802.11b/g/n standards for all. The operating system runs on the iPod touch is set at the factory to take full advantage of this hardware. You can sign up for free Wi-Fi with iPod touch.


1. Tap "Settings," then "Wi-Fi." Push the "Wi-Fi" control "ON".


2. Push the "Request for new connection" control "ON".


3. Enter the radio band - usually at least 100 meters - the Wi-Fi is connecting. IPod touch displays a message asking if your network that detects the radio signal to connect. Answer "Yes". After a few seconds, you will see the Wi-Fi icon in the status bar of the iPod touch; iPod touch will be ready for the wireless network connection.

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