7 Replies Latest reply: Mar 25, 2011 5:53 PM by Joseph Kriz
rihaana Level 1 Level 1
HELLO EVERYBODY...
NICE TO C U GUYS....

Well My problem is My ipod Touch is not getting connected to internet though it shows dat it has access to wifi network by showing 3 curved lines on the top.

But ultimately it is not connecting to the internet...

I have wasted my whole day on it..still not coming out with the solution.
Hope to get d solution from u guys....

Desktop, Windows XP
  • Ingo2711 Level 7 Level 7
    expertise.iphone
    iPhone
    Welcome to the discussions,
    start with the basic W-Fi troubleshooting here: http://support.apple.com/kb/TS1398
  • Blabagas Level 1 Level 1
    Im having the exact some problem... troubleshooting did not work, and my sisters ipod is working... I updated it yesterday and it worked all night then today its stopped working, what do I do??
  • Joseph Kriz Level 5 Level 5
    Blabagas wrote:
    Im having the exact some problem... troubleshooting did not work, and my sisters ipod is working... I updated it yesterday and it worked all night then today its stopped working, what do I do??

    What can you do?
    Start your own thread and question so people can answer directly to your problems.
    Why jump on someone else's question when their problem may have a different solution....?
    You will get much better response to your own question and your own problem.
  • Yanil Guzman Level 1 Level 1
    I'm having the same exact problem as you. My little cousin has a itouch and is trying to connect to the internet but can't but she is connected to wifi, which doesn't make sense. Oh btw the other guy that replied.. RUDEE its a related topic so you deserve the right to make a comment.
  • Joseph Kriz Level 5 Level 5
    You also need to start your own topic so you can get help.


    This is someone else's question here and not yours.

    Someone will try and help you if you don't try and Hijack someone else's question.
    It's called thread jacking...
    It is Rude to thread jack someone else's question and try and take it over..

    As you can see, not many people are jumping in here trying to help anyone else but the original poster.
    Yanil Guzman, your question is fairly easy for others to answer if you start your own post.
    This way you can get the help you need.

    Ingo2711 already gave the original poster a link for help but we haven't heard back from him.
  • rednas21 Level 1 Level 1
    Joseph, you clearly spend your days roaming these Apple forums because you're in love with Apple.

    But I'm having problems with the new update as well. After I reset my network settings on my iTouch 4 and did a system reset it seems to be working fine.

    Resetting Network Settings: Settings>General>Reset Network Setting

    and

    System Reset: Hold down the on/off switch and the Home button simultaneously until you see the Apple logo. Ignore the "Slide to power off". (You won't lose any of your data on your iPod)
  • Joseph Kriz Level 5 Level 5
    Resetting Network Settings: Settings>General>Reset Network Setting

    It is actually......
    Settings >General >Reset >Reset Network Setting

    because you're in love with Apple.

    Strange comment...
    I prefer to use things that work properly and have quality.
    That's why I choose Apple over other products.
    Yes, I have owned other products in the past.

    Several other posters in other threads have tried what you tried and that did not help them.
    Everyone has different problems and or different hardware like router brands.
    That's why it is always recommended for them to start their own threads. This way they can get better help focused on the problems they have along with the hardware they own.

    But I'm having problems with the new update as well.

    Do you want to let us know what update your are referring too?
    What is new to you? 4.3, 4.3.1, or something different?

    I am not having any problems and am glad yours is working for you.
    Hopefully others here will find the help they need by asking their own questions in their own threads.