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iPad 4th gen Wifi stopped working

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Jul 1, 2013 11:25 PM

We upgraded to iOS 6.1.3 last week.  Everything was working ok after the upgrade.  I just got a new Verizon Jetpack hotspot and was trying to connect my iPad to it.  It kept saying "incorrect passoword" everytime I trying to connect.  I can connect to the jetpack with my cell phone (Motorola Electrify M) my laptop and my iPod touch 4th gen.  I was reading online that if you were having trouble connecting with the iPad to try a network reset.  I did that and now I still can't connect to the jetpack, but I can't connect to my home network anymore.  Everytime I try to connect to my home router it says "incorrect password".  I have had issues before with my iPad not connecting to a Wifi at a hotel when my friends iPad 2nd gen would connect without any problems.  Mine just kept saying "incorrect password" when we were entering the same password and his would connect.  I turned on my "guest" access to my home router and my iPad will connect to that without any issues.  But as soon as I try to connect to my secure network it says "wrong password"  I am using WPA2 but have tried all the other encriptions in the router.  It will not connect when the security mode is anything but off. 

 

Any help would be greatly appreciated.  I have searched for hours and nothing has seemed to work.  I read about when you connect to wifi your iPad needs to connect to apples web site and get a "success" reply but I can't get it to work.

 

Thanks,

iPad (4th gen) Wi-Fi, iOS 6.1.3

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