How To Get Internet On Ipod Touch
If you’re wondering how to get internet on iPod touch, calm your gears, because it’s quite simple. There’s no finagling with a bunch of settings and ports and whatnot. The steps require the same instructions regardless of the generation iPod touch you have.
Things you need:
- Wi-Fi connection
- iPod touch
- Turn on your iPod touch. Yeah, that’s what the little power button is for on the top of the device.
- Click on the “Settings” app on your home page. Unless you’ve rearranged all the apps on your iPod touch, it’s probably on the first page. It looks like a bunch of gears rotating around each other.
- Select the “Wi-Fi” option. This is practically the second option on the page, so it’s easy to get internet on the iPod touch this way. Oh, and it helps if you’re actually within range of a wireless network, either at your home or at your local Starbucks.
- Wait for the iPod touch to find the Wi-Fi network. You’ll see the Wi-Fi icon spinning around for a few seconds. Then, the name of the nearest network or networks will appear. Tap the one you wish to connect to.
- Input the password. If you’re on a protected home network, you’ll need to enter the password that you set for your router. If you’re on a Starbucks network, you just have to tap to join. Tap the password field to launch the iPod touch keyboard. Type the password, using all the appropriate capitalization and special characters. The iPod touch will save your password most of the time, so that when you get out of range and then come back into range, it will automatically connect to the network.
- Look at the connectivity bars on the top left of your iPod touch. You’ll see one, two or three bars of Wi-Fi strength. How strong the signal is might determine how well things like YouTube videos and online radio will buffer and stream. But as long as you’re within range, you should be able to surf the net and use internet-dependent apps on your iPod touch.