WiFi on iPod touch

Discussion in 'iOS 6' started by Smarty2600, Sep 24, 2012.

  1. Smarty2600

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    The wifi on my iPod touch isn't staying connected when my iPod touch is asleep for long periods of time. For instance if I leave it overnight or even a few hours I go to my iPod touch and later and see the wifi isn't connected. With iOS 5 and previous iterations this was not an issue, I was always connected and able to receive email and notifications in the background while I wasn't using my iPod. Without constantly being connected to wifi I can't receive iMessages, Facetime calls, email push notifications, or news notifications. Has anyone else experienced this problem or know of a solution in order to force my iPod to stay connected to wifi?
     
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  3. Smarty2600

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    No I can connect to wifi fine, it just doesn't stay connected over long periods of time. It actually seems to connect faster than before, weirdly enough. Thanks for the link but the problem seems unrelated to mine.
     
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    Has anyone else had problems similar to mine on any of your iDevices?
     

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