Problem connecting to Wi-Fi

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by nelmser, Jul 3, 2008.

  1. nelmser

    nelmser New Member

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    I can connect to Wi-Fi ok, and I am able to use all internet application fine.

    However, when I move out of Wi-Fi range in our house, obviously I can't connect anymore, but my iPod Touch loses all memory of the connection set up.

    As we have a secure set up, only my Dad knows the password, and this is a real problem and it means we are keep having to spend about 10 minutes putting back all the information etc into the ipod.

    Is there anyway I can get my ipod to store these settings so whenever I move out of Wi-Fi range, my settings are still kept?

    Thanks in advance

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  2. potroast32

    potroast32 Banned

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    I dont know, when i was setting up my wifi connection my brother told me to click "do not search for other networks", you might need to click that.....
  3. stabbyjoe12

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    restore ?
    easiest way to wipe it clean ):
  4. nelmser

    nelmser New Member

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    I don't want to wipe it clear.......

    I want my connection settings to be stored.
  5. potroast32

    potroast32 Banned

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    ya, I dont know what this is,try getting a new one from apple.....you seem to have a good reason

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