Question about Apple iPod touch
Prehaps there's a problem with the router itself. You could try to turn off the Wi-Fi completly and then turn it on again. I had the same problem, but then I turned off the Wi-Fi and turned it on again, and it worked for me! Hope that I helped!
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
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Turn on your iPod Touch or iPhone by pressing the top button. Wait for your iPod Touch to boot and slide your finger across the lock slider to unlock the device. You will now at the iPod Touch home screen
Press the Settings icon on the iPod Touch Home screen to change your system settings. Click on Wi-Fi near the top of the Settings menu. A list of available wireless access points will load.
Find your Linksys wireless access point from the wireless device list under the Wi-Fi menu. If you have already setup an security key for your Linksys router, you will be asked to enter the key after selecting it from the list. Press OK and wait as it connects to the router. Enjoy the added benefit of having your iPod connected to the Internet.
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