4883 Views 5 Replies Latest reply: Sep 4, 2010 12:48 PM by igmackenzie
TENGO does not seem to care.
I guess your argument could be flipped and stated something like, Apple does not seem to care about the millions of Internet users who like and use flash.
BTW, I don't use or like flash but that is beside the point, many do.
The content of your post should be sent to KOA if you want anything to change.
Hi Lee, just read your post about Tengo. I am fulltiming, and have been dealing with Tengo all this summer.
Here is what I have learned. I cannot use more than 1 device with Tengo at the same time. It doesn't matter if you are using different log-ins, what throws the system is using the same e-mail address for all devices. I had my MacBook on Tengo Wi-Fi, signed up with my iPad, and thought I was good to go. It works for 2-3 days, then the conflict starts. I allowed the laptop Wi-Fi to expire, then signed up the iPad - works fine. It suggests that giving Tengo a different e-mail address for each device would be a work-around.
On a different note, during peak usage times, my 3G connection is faster than Tengo's Wi-Fi.
Bob the Fishermam : It doesn't matter if flash is widely used. HTML5 is a better technology that will replace flash. Remember the outcry when Apple stopped including floppy disks! Flash has nothing to do with Lees Tengo Internet problem.
I was not commenting on floppy disks, html5 or other technology. I am very familiar with html5 but it has nothing to do with the OP's post. I was commenting on the OP's argument about flash. Regardless FWIW, here is a post paraphrased from Tengo's site which may help the OP.
Referring to the Apple devices, connecting to TengoInternet's WiFi network with an iPod Touch or an iPhone, and maybe the iPAD can be a challenge because of the way the built-in Safari browser on the device handles the "I Agree" page layout. The best way for these devices to successfully connect to the TengoInternet is to follow these steps:
- Open Settings > Safari
- Open Safari again to be directed to the "I Agree" page
- Accept the terms and conditions by clicking the "I Agree" button
The site also states that a single user login is allowed at a time. So if the OP is already logged in with one device and tries to log in with another device, the first login will be disconnected. But from the OP's description "My MacBook Pro happily logs into the network. My iPad and my iPhone4 get to the point where you click on the submit button and then the spinning wheel of forever turns and you get no further." this does not sound like his issue.
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