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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
According to Apple, the iPad might not automatically rejoin known WiFi networks using third-party routers that are dual-band capable (802.11 b/g and 802.11 n) when each band’s network uses the same name or use different security settings.
Apple’s recommendation? Try creating separate network names for each separate band’s network (ie: add a G to the end of the name of the 802.11 b/g band) and making sure both bands’ networks use the same security settings.
Posted on Apr 08, 2010
1)Press settings icon (the one with the cogs)
2) than scroll to Mail, Contacts, Calendar and press it.
3) Find your email account you want to modify and click it
4) find the section on the bottom that says "Mail Days to Sync and press the button
5) Now, you have limited options there, but you can pull email from 1,3 days or 1,2 weeks, 1 month or No Limit. If you click no limit it will pull your entire inbox. So, I might be careful in saying it will drain battery power. And or take room on your ipad away. So, if you have old emails with big attachments, be weary. Plus, depending if you are pulling all this mail over 3G you should take note of your data limits.
Hope that helps.
Posted on Mar 06, 2011
If your ipad is connected then it might be that your router needs to reset or your internet is down. Just unplug your modem and router for 5 seconds then plug in and see if that helps it. Check if your computers can connect to the internet.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
SOURCE: I had bought an ipad
there were some random wifi issues with ipads early on but the most recent updates through itunes have corrected those. So best thing would be to connect to your computer and make sure its updated. if that doesn't work, may be a range issue, they dont have the longest reception.
Posted on Apr 01, 2011
No, no, no! I have exactly the same question, how to download an exe file on ipads with safari. I know perfectly the difference between Running and Downloading a file. Of course iOS doesn't know how to open an exe and other MS / whatever files, but this is no reason to poke at "what kind of file I'm trying to get?" . My ipad is my only mobile internet device and I need it now to download some files for my PC. What is wrong with that??? WTF is this mac's inquisitive policy??? I want a working solution please.
Posted on Oct 03, 2011
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