iPod Touch Lag/WiFi Lag

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by rocktofakie3, Mar 30, 2008.

  1. rocktofakie3 macrumors member

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    so Im in my house or even outside and when Im upstairs/downstairs (router/modem downstairs) using my wifi on the iPod right above the linksys router I some times go REALLY slow or sometimes websites like M.Myspace.com or even Myspace.com or even google won't load I have comcast cable and I know its not the router or the internet cause the family (not wireless lol) and my brothers (wireless) dont go slow I have tried it with out the to computers on and even off still going slow I dont have a password on my wireless and I know for a fact on olone else is using it through the options in the router settings... I have 742 songs 8 photos and 3 Downloaded Youtube videos and 1 movie (The Movie 300) I have no Contacts stored, I have 3 little short notes from High School. 2-3 Calender things i also have 25 webclips .... Are the photos the stuff that is slowing my iPod down and sometimes its not the net that is going slow... I am using 1.1.4 NON-jailbreak apps (I.e. Google Maps, Stocks, Weather, Mail) should I delete the picture they are not important and they are mostly for backgrounds PLEASE help... It shouldn't be going so slow for a ~2 1/2 month old iPod or since chirstmas :mad:
     
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  3. rocktofakie3 thread starter macrumors member

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    I have reset the Internet modem and the router we have that comcast phone and internet pair **** could that be it?
     
  4. ShepUK macrumors member

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    Try switching the wifi router to a different channel ... you might be getting radio interference from something. (e.g. cordless phones, game console controllers, neighbour's wifi...). Selecting a different channel might fix that.
     
  5. LeahM macrumors 6502a

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    Or you could move it away from things that might interfere (phones etc). But if its not secure, are you sure that other people aren't connecting to your signal? I know that used to be a problem at work, it would slow down our computers so we had to put passwords on it.
     

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