Re: iPod touch Digital Media Player: i have an ipod touch...
This is most likely a problem with the internet connection itself. There are a few things you might need to check. First, an iPod touch will usually only work on a Channel 6 internet connection, though it can connect to other channels. Second, you should make sure that there is an internet connection with the wireless network, and that it's not local only, but instead local and internet.
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download the latest version of itunes . after the installation of itunes connect your ipod touch using the usb dongle that comes with it. itunes will try to sync on your ipod touch. now click on itunes store then login using your existing account. if you still dont have an account you need to create one first.
once logged in on itunes store you can now select any apps that you want to download on your ipod touch (free/non free)
on your ipod touch you can also click on the app store icon and download. just make sure you that you are connected to the internet.
iPod Touch has internet features, where as iPod classic can't.
You have to be near a WiFi signal to use the iPod Touch internet
features, either your own or one provided for free locally in a public
place (such as a library, cafe, coffeeshop, etc.) With an iPhone, when
you have an activated service plan it comes with AT&T's Edge
Internet network, and you can always access the full internet anywhere
and everywhere Edge is available, which is most places. It's slow, but
it gets the job done for me... ;-))