ipod touch stuck in connecting when wifi is enabled

Discussion in 'iPod touch' started by Sossity, Jul 4, 2010.

  1. Sossity macrumors 65816

    May 12, 2010
    This seems to happen from time to time; I have the 2and g ipod touch, when I go into the settings & select wifi, & it found a open network of which I connected.

    I open safari, & open a web page, then I go to another part of the web page, & it gets stuck on connecting, the screen grays a little, with a little spinning pinwheel while it is connecting. When it seems to be taking too long, I try to touch the screen to get it to do something, but it just stays stuck on connecting. So I just turned the touch off. Today, I turned it on & found another open wifi network, & when I launch safari, it opens to the stuck connecting page that got stuck last week.

    I just want to get it to an open safari page with a Google window to start over for a new search, how do I get it fresh to start again?

    right now the internet is useless on it because I cannot get it out of its stuck connecting mode.

    Overall, I have found the wifi on this only a little useful, most networks are locked with a password, or the few times I find an open one, the signal is weak at best, with pages loading slowly or getting stuck as I described.
  2. FallenAnjel macrumors member

    May 10, 2010
    On and Island that is Long.
    The wifi signal isn't strong enough. The only way to correct that, is to restart the iTouch or to get to a stronger wifi signal. Restarting will still give you the same problem, if you don't find a stronger wifi signal.

    I have the same problems connecting to wifi sometimes because I don't have a 3G phone or similar. I'm sure the receivers will get better as time goes on. I also know that wifi is better in some parts of the world/cities/towns than others. I live on Long Island and have Optimum, and while they have Wifi, it's not as great out here in Suffolk, as it is in Nassau, where's everywhere.

    I too connect to people's open wifi networks all the time. I have a neighbour that has two networks: SeanWireless and SeanWireless-Guest ;) (Ps...if it's locked, try "admin" sometimes they don't change the default password)

    When I first moved in and didn't have wifi, I used the neighbour's behind me, but was stuck in the corner of the living room, with my arms above my head to get a signal.

    Oh what we do for internet!

    Hopefully Gen4 will have a 3G plan. ;0)
  3. Sossity thread starter macrumors 65816

    May 12, 2010
    Do I use the wholrd administrator? & can the person on the other be able to "see" me & my ipod touch on their network?

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