Do i, need to stay logged into the i tunes store if i'm away, or should i still be able to access my account from my i pod touch ( if i am at a wi fi access spot) if i signed out of the itunes store from my home computer?
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Re: i pod touch wi fi itunes question
Hey jindas316, According to information provided by Apple, any content that you download to your iPod from the iTunes Wi-Fi Music store is automatically copied to your iTunes library when you next sync your iPod to your computer. You generally do not need a remote connection to your home computer or iTunes running in order to do this, so you should only need to have access to a Wi-Fi connection to download iTunes content. Please keep in mind though that you may not have access to the same range of iTunes content through the Wi-Fi store as you do through your home computer. Movies, podcasts and TV shows are normally only available through the full iTunes store accessible on home computers. Hope this helps you out. Sincerely, Aaron Go Ahead. Use Us.
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Fix the issue on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
If you can't connect to the iTunes Store on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, make sure:
That your date, time, and time zone are correct. Tap Settings > General > Date & Time. Time Zone might list another city in your time zone.
That your iOS software is up to date. To check for updates, tap Settings > General > Software Update. You can also connect your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to iTunes and click Check for Updateon your device's Summary page.
To check that you're in range of a Wi-Fi router or base station. If you're using cellular service, make sure that cellular data is turned on from Settings > Cellular. If you're connected to cellular data, larger items might not download. You might need to connect to Wi-Fi to download apps, videos, and podcasts.
That you have an active Internet connection. For help with your connection, check your device's user guide.
To see if other devices, like portable computers, can connect to the Wi-Fi network and access the Internet.
To reset your Wi-Fi router by turning it off and then on again.
<p>The iPod Touch iTunes Store requires an active Wi-Fi or
cellular connection service to work properly. Unlike the iPhone, Apple iPod
Touch has no ability to mobile data services. If you connect to the iTunes
Store on your iPod Touch, you must first connect to a wireless Internet
network. This allows you to enter the iTunes Store on iPod Touch and make
purchases directly on your handheld. <br />
<p>1. Click the "Settings" button on your home
screen. <br />
<p>2. Select "Wi-Fi." The Wi-Fi page loads. Slide the
switch to "On" position. A list of taxes Wi-Fi networks <br />
<p>3. Select the Wi-Fi is connecting. If you are prompted for
the network password, enter the password and click "Join." The iPod
Touch connects to Wi-Fi network you selected. <br />
<p>4. Tap "Settings" back arrow on the toolbar at the
top of the screen to return to the main Settings menu. <br />
<p>5. 'Store' select the tab. The page is loading Store. Touch
the "Sign In" button. <br />
<p>6. Select "Use existing Apple ID" from the options
pop-up windows that appear. <br />
<p>7. Enter your email address Apple ID and password in the
"Email" and "Password" field of the prompt signal. <br />
<p>8. Click the "OK" in demand for the iPod Touch
connected to your iTunes Store account<br />
<p>An iPod touch running version 3.3 of the iPhone operating
system, or IOS, access the App Store, which hundreds of thousands of
applications compatible with the iPod Touch and iPhone and iPhone functions.
You can browse free apps in the App Store and download directly to your iPod
with the iPod Touch's built-in Wi-Fi networks function. <br />
<p>Connecting to a Wi-Fi <br />
<p>1. Touch the "Settings" icon on the home page screen
iPod Touch. <br />
<p>2. Select "Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi drag the slider to"
position "On. Your iPod Touch gives a list of nearby wireless networks on
the screen. <br />
<p>3. Tap the name of the network you connect. If you connect
to a secure wireless network, enter the network password with the onscreen
keyboard and tap "Join". <br />
<p>Download Free Apps <br />
<p>1. Press the "Home" to return home from the iPod
touch screen and tap "App Store". <br />
<p>2. Tap 'Search' at the bottom of the screen, tap the search
field, type the name you want to download the application and tap
"Search". You can also click "Category" at the bottom of
the screen to the App Store applications by type or tap "Top 25" and
"Top Free" for a list of the most popular free to see. <br />
<p>3. Select the name of the application you want to download. <br />
<p>4. Tap the "Free" and then tap Buy Now. <br />
<p>5. Enter your iTunes Store account credentials via the
onscreen keyboard and tap "OK" to download the application for their
iPod Touch. <br />
If you have an ITunes account, simply make sure you have Wi-Fi enabled, and go to any library, mall, restaraunt, store, etc. that offers free wi-fi connection.... Then it is just a matter of connecting, opening your i-tunes account, and downloading!
try updating your I-pod on the iTunes software on your computer if that doesn't work back up your I-pod on the iTunes and then reset your I-pod to factory settings. now if you backed your I-pod up properly then log back into your I-pod with your iTunes account and plug it into your computer, it should automatically restore all your apps and music ect. then you should be able to sync what ever u want again the problembeing is u probanlypicked up a virus or something on your I-pod
This worked for me: Went into SETTINGS > Wi-Fi > Selected my Network (which my iPod said I was already connected to) > Selected "Forget this Network" (which disconnects you from your network) > Re-selected my network and under password, I entered the 'Security Key' from my Verizon FIOS Tech Wizard info and the device accessed the app store successfully.
First check and see if you still have the money on your apple account. If not and you can remember the names of the songs and games go back to itunes and try to re-purchase/re-download the same items and it should say something to the effect of "you have already purchaseed this item, would you like to download it again."
wi fi is wireless networking. It requires the Iphone to be connected to a wireless router or access point to access Itunes on your phone via the internet.
You should reload Itunes to resolve the connection problem with your computer.