apps just waiting

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by tsuri, Dec 20, 2008.

  1. tsuri

    tsuri New Member

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    I just got my 2nd generation iTouch and I'm having a problem I'm hoping you can help me with. As soon as I started it up, I went the appstore and installed a few free apps. Things like Topple and facebook. They load and then it says "waiting". I've been waiting forever. I can't access them. I then went to itunes on my PC and downloaded and installed another free app, some penguin game. Once synced it works on my iTouch. I can't get facebook or Topple to start working. Any idea what I'm doing wrong?

    Thanks
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  3. Germany

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    That's not helpful at all you spammer.

    If you don't have wifi, then that is why they aren't loading. If you do have wifi, refresh your settings and power off and reboot. If your wifi still aren't showing up, then consider reinstalling your router on your computer. It may be some bug with the firmware, but your best bet is fixing your wifi connections.
  4. C000LIN

    C000LIN New Member

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    that happens to me sometimes and i just have to connect to itunes and sync them on..
  5. .xLr8™

    .xLr8™ New Member

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    Just power off and reboot.
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    Reaper2794 Banned

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    Love people like this

    YOU SPAMMER

    Take a chill pill honey
  7. callum-m-r

    callum-m-r New Member

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    Exactly. A restore may well be what's needed, if a reboot doesn't work.
    What the hell would 'reinstalling your router' (I believe you said on his computer which makes no sense...) do to help? Think before you post, and to the OP, as others said, try a reboot by holding power and home for ~10 seconds, otherwise restore the firmware via iTunes.
  8. alxcoolastru

    alxcoolastru Member

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    Yes , I think so .

    I think that you have a connection problem it usualy says waiting when you have a Internet conection problem . Another thing is a restore if that does not help then this probably means you have a technical problem .
  9. michaelhaseth

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    I have the solution if reseting and restoreing dosent work, this is my first post, so if you have anny issues plese comment!!!
    SOLUTION HERE!!!
  10. michaelhaseth

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    PS, You DONT have to restore for this issue, just follow my above guide!!!

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