So I just bought the new Ipod Touch 3G (64gb)

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  1. glades

    glades New Member

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    Sup ipodtouchfans

    So I recently purchased a new Ipod Touch 3g - 64 gb version and I am a loyal customer to Verizon Wireless. My understanding is there's a program called WMWifirouter which will allow VZW users to tether their internet connection to the Ipod Touch. I have a couple of questions in regards to that and am hopeful one of you loyalists can assist..

    1) After digging for more info - I couldn't figure out is if this program will work with the new Ipod touch (3rd generation) as well?

    2) What Verizon phones are known to be compatible with WMWifirouter?

    Any help would be appreciated, thanks
  2. Mz8691

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    Servers (devices that run WMWifiRouter)
    Reported to work

    * Acer ...
    o Several users report WMWifiRouter works fine with the new line of Acer devices, but this has not been confirmed by us.
    * Asus P750
    * Dell Axim X50v
    o All users who reported success were running after-market Windows Mobile 6 upgrades.
    * E-Ten DX900
    * E-TEN M700
    * E-TEN M800
    * E-TEN X800
    * HP iPaq 614c
    * HTC Apache
    o PPC-6700
    o Verizon XV6700
    o All users who reported success were running after-market Windows Mobile 6 upgrades.
    * HTC Athena
    * HTC Excalibur
    o HTC S620
    o T-Mobile Dash
    o Works for some users, but not for others (60% - 40%). It is unclear what the problem is.
    * HTC Herald
    o HTC P4350
    o T-Mobile Wing
    o Works for some users, but not for others (60% - 40%). It is unclear what the problem is.
    * HTC Hermes
    o AT&T / Cingular 8525
    o Dopod 838 Pro
    o T-Mobile MDA Vario II
    * HTC MAX 4G
    o HTC Quartz
    o Includes WiMAX support
    * HTC Polaris
    o HTC Touch Cruise
    o O2 XDA Orbit 2
    o Unbranded HTC Polaris tested by beta team
    * HTC S710
    o HTC Vox
    * HTC S740
    o Mixed reports from users, works for some, not for others.
    * HTC Titan
    o HTC P4000
    o PPC-6800
    o Sprint Mogul
    o Verizon XV6800
    o See KB0802010.
    * HTC Touch 3G
    * HTC Touch Diamond
    o HTC Diamond
    o Sprint Diamond
    o Telus Touch Diamond
    o Unbranded HTC Touch Diamond (GSM) tested by development team. Some users note the Telus variant requires firmware 1.10
    * HTC Touch Diamond 2
    o HTC Topaz
    o Supported from version 1.50
    * HTC Touch HD
    o Unbranded HTC Touch HD (GSM) tested by development team
    * HTC Touch Pro
    o AT&T Fuze
    o HTC Raphael
    o O2 XDA Serra
    o Sprint Touch Pro
    o T-Mobile MDA IV
    o Unbranded HTC Touch Pro (GSM) tested by development team, Sprint Touch Pro (CDMA) tested by beta team
    * HTC Touch Pro 2
    o HTC Rhodium
    o Support from version 1.50. Sharing using Bluetooth not currently supported.
    * HTC Touch Viva
    * HTC Trinity
    o HTC P3600
    o Orange SPV M700
    * HTC TyTN II
    o AT&T / Cingular 8925
    o AT&T Tilt
    o HTC Kaiser
    o HTC P4550
    o T-Mobile MDA Vario III
    o Verizon v1615
    o Unbranded HTC TyTN II tested by development team
    * HTC Universal
    o I-mate JASJAR
    o O2 XDA Exec
    o Orange SPV M5000
    o Qtek 9000
    o T-Mobile MDA Pro
    o Most users who reported success were running after-market Windows Mobile 6 upgrades.
    * LG Incite
    o LG CT810
    * LG KS20
    * Motorola Q9
    o Wifi-enabled variants only
    * Palm Treo 800w
    o Sprint Treo 800w
    o Sprint Treo 800w tested by beta team
    * Palm Treo 850
    o Palm Treo Pro
    * Pharos Traveler 137
    * Samsung b7320
    o Requires a security unlocked device. Unbranded Samsung b7320 tested by development team.
    * Samsung b7330
    o Requires a security unlocked device. Unbranded Samsung b7330 tested by development team.
    * Samsung b7610 Omnia Pro
    o Samsung Louvre
    o Samsung Omnia Qwerty
    * Samsung b7620
    o Unbranded Samsung b7320 tested by development team
    * Samsung i600
    o All users who reported success were running after-market Windows Mobile 6 upgrades.
    * Samsung i627
    o Samsung Propel Pro
    o Requires a security unlocked device
    * Samsung i760
    o Does not work correctly for all users. Be sure to try the trial version.
    * Samsung i770
    o Samsung Saga
    * Samsung i780
    * Samsung i8000 Omnia II
    o Unbranded Samsung i8000 Omnia II tested by development team
    * Samsung i900 Omnia
    o Samsung i900
    o Samsung i908
    o Samsung i910
    o Several people are still reporting difficulties with the i910 (CDMA) version of the Omnia. If you are having issues with WEP on the i910, please make sure you are running the very latest official i910 ROM. In older ROMs, the Wi-Fi drivers are partially broken.
    * Samsung i907 Epix
    o Samsung i907
    o Several people are still reporting difficulties with the Epix. The development team is working on it.
    * Sharp Advanced WZERO 3
    o See KB0802009.
    * Sharp EM-ONE
    o See KB0802009. Sharp EM-ONE tested by development team
    * Sharp EM-ONE Alpha
    o See KB0802009. Sharp EM-ONE Alpha tested by reseller
    * Sony Ericsson Xperia X1
    * Toshiba G500

    Reported to not work

    * Samsung i730

    We always welcome new information about getting these devices to work with WMWifiRouter.
    Clients (devices that connect to the device running WMWifiRouter)
    Reported to work

    * Asus EEE PC
    o See KB0805018.
    * AT&T VPN Netclient
    * Cisco VPN
    o See KB0806020.
    * Eye-Fi Pro
    o Note that ONLY the PRO variant of the Eye-Fi cards is supported.
    * iPod Touch
    o Some users have reported for correct operation you need the iPod 2.0 firmware, and on your device need to set Start -> Settings -> Connections -> Wireless LAN -> Power Mode to Best Performance.
    * Netgear Telephone SPH101
    * Nintendo DSi
    o It is possible to use the DSi with WMWifiRouter, however it takes a bit of setup and will not work with DS and DS Lite software. See KB0908028 for further details and a how-to guide.
    * Nokia N800
    * Personal computers and laptops
    o Windows is fully supported, Linux requires a special driver (rndis-lite) for USB support, Mac OS X supported only with Wifi and Bluetooth connections. Please see KB0910029 if you are having trouble connecting your Mac OS X device with a network password.
    * SlingBox
    o User reported a port mapping for port 5001 is required.
    * Sony PlayStation Portable Go
    o Some users report they can use WMWifiRouter over Bluetooth with this device, with firmware versions 6 and up.
    * X-Box 360

    Reported to not work

    * Nintendo DS & DS Lite
    o Unable to connect to a device providing internet using ad-hoc wifi mode.
    * Nintendo Wii
    o Unable to connect to a device providing internet using ad-hoc wifi mode.
    * PlayStation 3
    o Unable to connect to a device providing internet using ad-hoc wifi mode.
    * PlayStation Portable
    o Unable to connect to a device providing internet using ad-hoc wifi mode.

    We always welcome new information about getting these devices to work with WMWifiRouter.

    Source
  3. glades

    glades New Member

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    Thanks Mz8691

    Just wondering if anyone here that has an Ipod Touch (3rd generation) either 32gb or 64gb can confirm that the WMWifirouter can work? If so which Verizon phone did you use to generate the WIFI?
  4. mrbonner

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    Dont have verizon, I have sprint. But I used the touch pro for mine, works fine.
  5. glades

    glades New Member

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    welp.. thats a positive - atleast I have confirmation that the WMWifirouter is compatible with the Ipod Touch 3g

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