Is anyone having problems with Wi-fi in 2.0?

Discussion in 'iPod touch Firmware 2.X' started by mrkatou, Jul 12, 2008.

  1. mrkatou

    mrkatou Banned

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    If so complaint in this thread...
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    I know I am
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    mine's fine
  6. essence7

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    Yup. Its driving me crazy too because my wifi network that i've always used seems to be the only network not working (i've tried the touch on other networks) .
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    Mine's working fine too
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    This thread is pretty much useless....

    How about you tell us what tpe of wifi you're using (802.11b/g, wpa, wep, wpa2-tkip, etc, etc....) and the problem that you are getting.

    then this thread may be of some use.

    When ever you have problems, go back to first principles..... turn security on your wirless off, remove the password. try to connect, does it work?

    I've had no issues, and I've connected to the following types: b AND g, wpa2tkip, wep.

    One thing to note, the fw2 upgrade DOES NOt DELETE wifi passwords... So if you've changed stuff on your wifi remember to always "forget this network" once you've done that.....

    ph2t,.
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    Works for me... tested using 802.11 b and g with WEP encryption.

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