Tip & How-To about Computers & Internet
The iPod changed the face of the music industry. The Apple
device, the use of MP3 music players became a widespread phenomenon, and continues
to be the default mode for mobile musical enjoyment today. The interface is
easy to learn and use and you could a few gigabytes worth of songs to be stored
on the device. Eventually, as new iPod models came, movies and photos of
furniture was more affordable. With the launch of the iPod Touch, introduced
another feature - the ability to connect to wireless internet. If you have an
iPod Touch 3rd generation, it is easy to get working WiFi
1. Go to "Settings" and look for Selecting Disable
2. Wait until the Wi-Fi networks to detect possible
connections within reach. Look for the network you want to connect and print.
If it is not listed, go to "Wi-Fi", select "Other" and
enter the network name.
3. If you need a password, click "Security" option;
select the type of security, type the password and press "Join". You
can pay a fee before you connect to a secure network.
4. Press the arrow next to the name of the network to adjust
the settings. The network may have additional requirements, such as the
introduction of a client ID or static IP address. The network administrator
should be contacted for this information.
5. Supervision of the Wi-Fi icon at the top of the screen.
The bars are more prominent, the stronger the signal. Closer to a stronger
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