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Nov 4, 2007
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I Cannot connect to iTunes. When I'm on the WiFi it automatically flips back to Edge and tells me I must connect to WiFi to use the iTunes store. I am in my house next to the WiFi router when This happens. Then it won't let me get back on the WiFi unless I turn off the phone and back on.
I would love to know what the point is of having the iTunes on my phone if I can't use it. So far I cannot use it at home or on any other WiFi network either.:(

Thanks to anyone who may have a "SIMPLE" solution to this problem.
 

scandalex

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Sep 16, 2007
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I don't know how you would define simple. For some, simple is up there with brain surgery and others it isn't.

Last night for some reason, I was no longer able to connect via WiFi with my iPhone, but all my other gadgets (Wii, PSP,) connected with no issue.

I had to go into my routers setup (through browser- IE or FF and type in your IP address) should bring up your rounters configurations. Mine was out of wack and I don't know what caused it.

After changing everything back to the way it should be, all was right in the world again.

Also, check your mac filters.
 
Nov 4, 2007
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changing the router

So, since mine doesn't work anywhere or on any wifi connection does this mean I will need to fix the router at every WiFi hotspot I ever visit with my iPhone?

I don't know how you would define simple. For some, simple is up there with brain surgery and others it isn't.

Last night for some reason, I was no longer able to connect via WiFi with my iPhone, but all my other gadgets (Wii, PSP,) connected with no issue.

I had to go into my routers setup (through browser- IE or FF and type in your IP address) should bring up your rounters configurations. Mine was out of wack and I don't know what caused it.

After changing everything back to the way it should be, all was right in the world again.

Also, check your mac filters.
 

spy008

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Jul 22, 2007
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settings>general>reset>reset network settings


try that and see if it helps.


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