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  1. itspockets2

    itspockets2 New Member

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    Thanks for allowing me to join. WOW at all the info here. However after reading about conserving battery life to turn off the WIFI it is a pain to always connect by going to settings and all the other clicks. Is there an app that can be placed there for a one click to connect. Thanks for any help. Pockets

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  2. Gtamario

    Gtamario Banned

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    Post it in the relevant section
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    The closest thing I think would be to use SBsettings and use the Wi-Fi toggle. btw Gtmario this is kinda the right place since he's introducing himself too.
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    Gtamario Banned

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    Yeah, this is for Intros but not tech help
  5. itspockets2

    itspockets2 New Member

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    Sorry to be a pain, didn't mean to be.
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    Vince Active Member

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    ^It's fine. There are plenty of other threads here asking questions. SBsettings would be the best choice, very useful tool but requires a jailbreak. If you're not jailbroken there's probably an app on the App Store that allows you an easy toggle, but I don't know of any.

    @gtamario, if you have a problem with people asking questions here, please take it up with the mods. I know this is the intro section, but most people join because they have a question, and it is encouraged to first post in this section.
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    Theodosius Active Member

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    SBSettings would be the best thing to use, depending on what firmware your iPod is on. Welcome also! And make sure to please read over the rules.

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