How great...Erf, no.

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  1. Gabrielle

    Gabrielle New Member

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    Before I start, let me introduce myself.
    My name is Gabrielle and I'm a...."newbee" here (Sorry

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    My english is not very..."varied", i'm sorry.

    First, I'd like to thank all the people who work hard on this project. That's pretty cool!

    I'm going to bring you into my nightmare. I've already install Android on my iTouch but there are some problems. I've put the drivers in the correct place (I've tried to put them into the /var/Firmware and into Android.img.gz). The touchscreen works pretty well. I can look at some "wifi-point" but I can't connect them, with or without WEP or WPA2. And the jack does not work either.

    I've tried the Alex's Kernel but it's still the same.

    What should I do?

    Thanks for replying and again, sorry for my bad english

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    droid_junkie New Member

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    In the var/firmware don't have the f capitalized also I have found that with any release the wifi takes a LONG time to connect. The only way I have been able get my connected is turn the screen timeout to 10 minutes, click urwireless ur trying to connect to and wait
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    Gabrielle New Member

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    Thanks for the reply

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    I've done as you said, but it still the same. I've put a "f" to "firmware" and I've waited as long as the light dim, but it's still written "disconnected" under "Wifi" and the message "Unable to connect"
    What should I do? And, what about the jack?
    Thanks!

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