Ipod Touch WiFi everywhere

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  1. ashton_2G

    ashton_2G New Member

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    Is there anyway to get WiFi everywhere?? besides using my cell phone because it doesnt have a WiFi card in it(I have a Moto Q)???


    Thanks
  2. Xandu

    Xandu New Member

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    No, you cannot have WiFi everywhere.
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    Baker5 Well-Known Member

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    no you cannot you have to have a router
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    Armageda New Member

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  5. ashton_2G

    ashton_2G New Member

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    ok, i have WiFi in my house but i want to be able to connect everywhere, how can i turn my phone into a WiFi hot-spot?
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    solemn153 New Member

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    and exactly which phones can do this??? can most new smart phones or what? sorry ive never heard of this before now
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    andrewpiro New Member

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    if you have a wireless internet card, they make converter boxes that transform the internet signal from the cell phone card into a wifi signal. the cheapest box i have found is like $120, and you also have to bay a monthly fee for the wireless card.
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    I stumbled upon something like this for Nokia phones awhile back. It's possible, not without some hacking. You could try tethering your phone to a ultraportable laptop and then use an AdHoc network, although having the laptop would defeat the purpose of the iPod most likely.
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    The trick is having a Windows Mobile phone. You can run WMWifirouter and use the phones wifi. This is the only OS that has a program like this that I have seen.
  10. Redshift

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    Simple and easy solution:

    Get an iPhone.

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