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The iPod changed the face of the music industry.
Through Apple's device, the use of MP3 music players became
a widespread phenomenon, and remains the standard mode of mobile musical
Its interface was easy to learn and use, and you could store
several gigabytes' worth of songs into the device.
Eventually, as new iPod models came out, mobile movie and
picture viewing became much more accessible.
With the release of the iPod Touch, another feature was
introduced--the ability to connect to wireless Internet.
If you own a 3rd Generation iPod Touch, it's easy to get
your Wi-Fi working.
Go to "Settings" and find the Wi-Fi selection. Turn Wi-Fi on.
Wait as the Wi-Fi will detect possible networks
connections within range.
Look for the network you wish to connect to and press it.
If it's not on the list, go to "Wi-Fi," select
"Other" and type the name of the network.
If a password is required, click on the
"Security" option, select the type of security, enter the password
and press "Join."
You may have to pay a fee before you can establish a
connection to a secured network.
Press the arrow button beside the name of the network to
adjust the settings.
The network may have other requirements such as entering a
client ID or static IP address.
The network administrator should be approached for these
Monitor the Wi-Fi icon at the top of the screen.
The more bars that are highlighted, the stronger the signal.
Get closer for a stronger signal.
Jul 26, 2013 |
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