4 Replies Latest reply: Mar 18, 2012 11:39 PM by malik woods513
studat Level 1 Level 1

Having problems with my iPod, and no wi-fi connection over the past couple of days - can anybody suggest anything or is anybody having the same problems??????


iPod touch, iOS 5.1
  • lllaass Level 10 Level 10

    Does the iPod see the networks? If no, then maybe this is your problem.  It is frequently a hardware problem.

    iOS: Wi-Fi or Bluetooth settings grayed out or dim

    If it see the networks try:

    - A reset. Nothing is lost

    Reset iPod touch:  Hold down the On/Off button and the Home button at the same time for at

    least ten seconds, until the Apple logo appears.

    - Power off and then back on the router

    - Reset Network Settings: Setings>General Reset>Reset Network Settings.

    - iOS: Troubleshooting Wi-Fi networks and connections

  • arrkerr Level 1 Level 1

    This has also happened to me on my 32gb 3rd gen ipod touch.  The phone was working fine on 5.0.1 but now that I am on 5.1 it says "no wi-fi".  Presumably this means it can't detect that wifi is even present.  I have tried all of the steps above, restored and reset the ipod multiple times from multiple computers and have not restored a backup so it is a clean slate.  I have also done the reset network settings and reset all settings after booting a clean install of 5.1.

     

    This has to be a driver or firmware problem... the chance of my wifi card breaking or something at the exact time I went to 5.1 seems very very slim.

     

    Help!

  • malik woods513 Level 1 Level 1

    That's the same thing that happend to me it was working fine then when i updated it it saids No Wi Fi

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    arrkerr wrote:

     

    This has also happened to me on my 32gb 3rd gen ipod touch.  The phone was working fine on 5.0.1 but now that I am on 5.1 it says "no wi-fi".  Presumably this means it can't detect that wifi is even present.  I have tried all of the steps above, restored and reset the ipod multiple times from multiple computers and have not restored a backup so it is a clean slate.  I have also done the reset network settings and reset all settings after booting a clean install of 5.1.

     

    This has to be a driver or firmware problem... the chance of my wifi card breaking or something at the exact time I went to 5.1 seems very very slim.

     

    Help!

  • malik woods513 Level 1 Level 1

    That didnt work