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I touch If I do not have a wireless connection at home, what do I need to get it connected to WIFI?

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Go to a place where WIFI is available r else buy one

Posted on Jun 09, 2008

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SOURCE: ipod touch won't connect to wifi

There's a possibility that the password that the network was asking is the 'network key' (e.g. WEP or WPA-PSK). If this is the password that the network is asking for, you need to contact the administrator of that network and ask for the Network Key, because that network is secured. They put this kind of security to prevent unauthorized users to connect to their wireless network.

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Will not connect to wifi


  • Touch the Apps Menu button on the Home screen.
  • Open the Settings app.
  • Choose Wireless & Networks.
  • Choose Wi-Fi Settings.
  • Ensure that Wi-Fi is on.
    When you see a green check mark next to the Wi-Fi option, Wi-Fi is on.
  • Choose a wireless network from the list.
    Available Wi-Fi networks appear at the bottom of the screen. When no wireless networks are listed, you're sort of out of luck regarding wireless access from your current location.
    Optionally, type the network password.
    Touch the Password text box to see the onscreen keyboard.
    Touch the Show Password check box so that you can see what you're typing; some of those network passwords can be long.
    Touch the Connect button.
    You should be immediately connected to the network. If not, try the password again.

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    Ipod Touch does not work in outside wifi areas.


    There's no reason your iPod Touch shouldn't work with any free WiFi network. BUT, it's not enough for the network to not require a password ... some people configure their wireless routers to only accept connections from known devices (via a process called "MAC filtering").

    Try an area where there are a lot of unprotected (no password) WiFi networks to test. The parking lot of any apartment building complex is a good place for this.

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    IPod Touch does not connect to my home network?


    In my case, I keep getting endlessly prompted to enter my passcode for my wireless router. I found that if I reboot the iTouch - hold down the top power button and slide the "slide to power off". Wait for it to finish powering off and then power it back on by holding the same button. When it comes back up it automatically connects to my home network again. Seems to happen every time I connect to an outside wifi network and then return home... I wish I knew WHY it does this - I suspect it has something to do with how my home wireless router is configured.

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    You can buy a wireless router for $50 to $100 these days. That really your only option unless you can talk a neighbor into sharing.

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    Hi mac42eli,

    You need any router or wireless access point to conenct your ipod touch to the internet or even your home network.

    These days most wired routers will also have the option of wireless. You can check this by entering the routers configuration page. Usually by typing in 192.168.1.1 into the address bar. Or more simply, google you wired router model to check.

    Bluetooth is not currently available for connection in the ipod touch or iphone. The iphone supports it, but for bluetooth headsets. Therefore, regardless of the fact that your mac pro (very nice computer by the way) can support it, your ipod touch can't take advantage of other bluetooth devices.

    I hope this helps.

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    Yes, you definitely need to be in range of a Wireless router. I wish Wi-Fi was like phone service where you can get it anywhere you go, but that's not the case.

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