wifi problem

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  1. J-Phone

    J-Phone Active Member

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    Ive been using a wifi spot for a while and it works well, it doesnt need a password or key so i used it for free. now it doesnt connect to it anymore. It still a open wifi but ipod touch says cannot connect arguement agreement ect. ANy idea why?
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    Greml1n New Member

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    Reboot ur iPhone.
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    how i do that? and its a 2g ipod touch
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    Greml1n New Member

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    Hold down ur power and home button at the same time until an apple logo appears on te screen
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    doesnt that mess up the ipod like pulling the plug out of a computer while on?
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    Not at all!
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    Yes. It does. I reccomend you only do this if you absolutely need to(freezes, etc.).

    Just turn it off the regular way, then turn it on like you normally would.
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    I reboot about 3 times a week just to
    make it run smoother ( it frees up memory )
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    SBSettings?
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    Cl8rs Active Member

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    This.

    Rebooting your iPhone/iPod like that is like pulling the plug out of a computer. Use SBSettings to free up memory, to make it run smoother.

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