I have the i pod touch with the newest software on it, paid Apple for the softward upgrade. Since I have done this when I try to connect to my wi fi connection, I click on it and it says "Unable to join network "Wanadoo-F410" and it the only option I have is Dismiss. I can connect to other wi fi networks but not my own.
I haven't used this connection before to connect to the internet on the ipod, but I did try once before (before I upgraded my software on the ipod) and it wasnted a network code.. which was cool, I just never got around to doing it, however, now it is not giving me the option of completing a network code, is only says dismiss.
Thanks for any help you can give me. Its very frustrating...!
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Update the ipod software to 3.1.2 to address wi/fi problems, but dont update to the latest version 3.1.3 because the sneaky bastards at Apple used 3.1.3 to undo the jailbreak from Black Rain and Cydia. Theres no big improvement between 3.1.2 and 3.1.3 anyways.
Now make sure your ipod is fully charged and touch settings, wi/fi, slide the wi/fi to on, choose the same wi/fi you use to connect with your computer, and input the same user name and password, push the home button at the bottom of the ipod, then touch on Safari and the internet should be there for you.
<p>The iPod Touch is the only device in Apple's line of
portable music devices with embedded networking capabilities. When you enable
WiFi on your iPod Touch, the device scans the area for available networks and
displays a list of results. From there you can connect your home network or
Wi-Fi and use the Internet to email, instant messaging, Web browsing and other
applications. <br />
<p> <br />
<p>1. Touch the "Settings" icon on the home screen of
the iPod Touch. <br />
<p>2. Select "Wi-Fi" menu item. <br />
<p>3. Move the slider at the top of the window of the
"Off" to "On" position. The phone will scan for nearby
Wi-Fi networks.<br />
<p> <br />
<p>4. Tap the name of the network you connect to your iPod
Touch. <br />
<p>5. Enter the password for the Wi-Fi network you selected
with the keyboard on the screen. <br />
<p>6. Tap "Done" to connect to Wi-Fi network using
the password you entered. When the Wi-Fi icon appears on the top screen of the
iPod Touch, you'll know the connection is successful. <br />
<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 />
Try paying Apple $5 and downloading the new update 3.1.1 you cheap bastard. For some reason the Apple nerds feel sorry for your a.. and give you a free update to 3.1.2 after that.
Then try connecting to your wi/fi using the same password you use on your computer. The 3.1.2 update should address some of your wi-fi issues.
Some of you dumb as.es have tried to jail break your ipods and now your wi/fi and ipod is all fu.k.d up. Don't try to cheat the system, cause the system in put in place to protect you from your own stupidity. Remember, if it works then don't f.c.k with it.
<p>Apple iPod touch Wi-Fi reception without using a computer.
The device has a built-in 802.11 Wi-Fi receiver, which means that access to the
Internet via a WiFi router that is in range. When connected to a WiFi signal on
your iPod touch, you may be prompted for a password if you must know the
password or ask the Wi-Fi to the administrator. Unsecured Wi-Fi does not
require a password. <br />
<p>1. Press the "Home" button of your iPod touch and
move the cursor to the right on the device. Enter the unlock code if you have
programmed. <br />
<p>2. Touch the "Settings" icon on the home screen of
the iPod touch Settings menu. <br />
<p>3. Play the "Wi-Fi" Network access to the names of
all upcoming Wi-Fi to see. <br />
<p>4. Tap the name of a Wi-Fi to connect. If the network requires
a password, you will be prompted to enter the password. <br />
<p>5. Touch "Join" to complete the connection. Now
you can use any Internet-related programs on your iPod touch. <br />
<p>Apple's iPod device only with Internet capabilities, the
iPod Touch. Other versions of the device can only synchronize with a computer
full of music and video. The iPod Touch, however, can connect to wireless
Internet networks, where available. Bringing the Internet to your iPod Touch,
you need Wi-Fi settings to activate the device. Once you allow them, the iPod
Touch Wi-Fi settings will be available networks, you can connect to a tap of
the finger to detect. <br />
<p>1. Click the Settings icon on the home screen of the iPod
Touch. <br />
<p>2. Click Wi-Fi <br />
<p>3. Click "On". <br />
<p>4. Click a wireless network in the list that appears to
connect. <br />
You need a Wi-Fi connection for youtube, maps, or any other internet based apps to work. You need to be in a wi-fi area. If you don't have a wi- fi connection in your home, you are out of luck or you need to pay for one.
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.