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ipod 4g

my daughter is in europe and her ipod connects to the wifi but shortly after connection boots her off. can't stay connected. is there a setting she should look at or change?

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There are two options on the iPhone.

Wi-fi on or off.

Which wi-fi? Hot spot? Behind her router? At a friend's home?

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I know the wi-fi option is on because she gets connected. She is usually trying to connect at hostels, hotels or internet cafes, so I don't know their setups.

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Just about all the configuration you can do

with an iPod is to turn the wireless on or off.

If the network requires a password, the iPod will ask for it.

Other than that, there is not a lot you can do

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