WiFi Won't Work

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  1. Danls92

    Danls92 Super Moderator Emeritus Staff Member

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    Hey guys, I just got my Touch today, and I love it, but I'm having a problem.

    When I first got my Touch, and took it out of the box, it worked fine with my network (I have a Linksys MIMO router). I could load webpages quickly, and the music store worked fine. I then jailbroke it, and once again everything went well until I downloaded Services. Despite the fact the Wi-Fi was on, I couldn't connect to any websites. I uninstalled it, and it still wouldn't work. I then restored my Touch, and once again it would not work.

    I am getting three bars, but the Touch insists that it can't find the server. I tried on my neighbor's wifi also, and it wouldn't work.

    Any ideas?
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    xboxipodhacker New Member

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    From your ipod touch goto wifi and tap the blue circle beside your network scrool down and tap renew lease and the internet will start to work again if it still wont work then restart the ipod touch.

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    Alt... connect your ipod to itunes go to the summary page and restore.

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  3. Lance

    Lance New Member

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    What if it won't even connect to your network even with the password. When I try to log into my network it just says unable to Join Network. Any thoughts on how to fix this.
  4. zatchzeno

    zatchzeno New Member

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    i just kept rebooting mine until i got a signal.
  5. sitsitsit

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    I experienced the same problem before and it was a DNS related problem. Before the problem occured, I was able to connect to that same router and get a functional internet connection. I don't know what changed to cause that problem. Try manually inputting the DNS servers (I used OpenDNS's IPs 208.67.222.222).
  6. VanBadga

    VanBadga New Member

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    maybe reboot your ipod touch, that might help. other than that i have no idea

    sorry.

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