I have an odd issue. I can't forget a network. It shows the option to 'Auto-Join' in it's place.. I set that, but it does not keep the setting.. Please help! I need to stop my iPad from connecting ot this freaking network..
First time poster here. First of all I want to say that this is a very nice forum full of great info. Now, I have an issue that I have never came across before. I got the iPad a few weeks ago, hooked it into itunes, synced and the jailbroke with jailbreakme. I have backed up and synced several times successfully. My problem began last night when I hooked up to sync. Now itunes is telling me that I need to re-set up the ipad just like it did when it was new. Basically, when I hook up the ipad and turn on itunes, I select the iPad from the devices and it says "Set up your new iPad". "An ipad has been previously synced with this computer". Then it ask to set up as new ipad or from backup. Now, what would cause itunes to forget my ipad.
My iPad likes to forget what time it actually is and travel a few hours into the past.
For example, it is currently 6:14PM and my iPad says that it's 2:14. I've checked, double checked, and triple checked that it's set to the right time zone, and it is. I also tried a restart, and that had no effect.
It's also interfering with apps. For example, I had last used the Mail app at 3:52PM (my iPad was showing the correct time then). But now that it thinks it's 2:14, it's constantly stuck checking for new mail since it's confused. After manually setting the date/time, though, it correctly pulls in new mail.
I can't be the only person wondering this, but is there a way to disconnect from a Bluetooth device without forgetting it?
I have Bluetooth speakers and Bluetooth headphones and I like to switch between them frequently. Evidently, in order to do that I need to forget the first device, then repair. This becomes a big pain because I need to flip the first device into discoverable mode again to find it and pair with it.
My phone and my computer allow me to stay paired to both, but only actively connected to one, it's easy enough to switch between them that way. Surely my iPad can do that as well?
While I was trying to connect Apple Keyboard to my iPad 2 via Bluetooth, I have accidentally tapped the ‘Forget This Device’ option. After that, my iPad fails to recognize the keyboard. How to make iPad recognize the keyboard now?
How do I get my iPad 4 with IOS 8.1 to pair with my Jabra Bluetooth headphones, after I asked the iPad to ignore the Jabra? Now I want it to recognize the headset to pair, but it never shows up as pairable (just like I asked it to.
I commute almost 2 hours by train each day. I've been reading books and news on my itouch by downloading New York Times on my itouch when I wake up. I used to do that with the WSJ but now the app only works when you are connected. What is the story with these two apps with the ipad? Or can I just log on with ipad 3Gs and forget about the App?
I am running iTunes 10.1.0.56 and Windows XP and syncs work "fine", however, if I try to sync my iPhone and then my iPad, iTunes wants me to redefine all the iPad albums again. I tend to keep both devices with the same set of sync'd albums, but not always. Since I have to respecify all the albums for the iPad it takes a long time to reload 1000+ photos. Also, iTunes will crash on occasion, usually if I am doing something else (web browsing) during the long iPad re-sync. I simply restart the sync process and it makes it through.I have not redefined my base/root level library of albums, just the albums to sync.It seems to me that iTunes should be able to remember both my iPhone and iPad album selections an just sync the changes. I should not have to completely redefine the album selection for the iPad after a successful sync with my iPhone.
I use Wi-FI to connect to the Internet and other devices on the Network. Every time I configure Wi-Fi Settings on my iPad 2. I see the "Forget Wi-Fi Networks" option. What is this and for what it is used for?
Three days ago, I have connected my iPad 2 with a network having same name as my home network. After that, it is possible to establish connection with the home network using my iPad. What has to be done for accessing the home network again?
iPad 2 with a wireless network in my house. The iPad and my iPod can't find the in-house network in the settings/network setup. But both are one the network logged in with the password. When I go to my router It shows them as a client and their IP address.
I don't know the proper lingo, being network illiterate, but I'm at at retreat where there is an ultra secure wireless signal set up where you can't just get the signal and enter the password, the host has to actually go in and manually add individual computer ID info in order to allow access --
for my macBook it was a number we got in the Network panel, under Ethernet # or something like that?THere doesn't seem to be an equivalent for the iPad that I can find. Sorry for the vagueness, but can anyone point me in a likely direction?
Has anyone used the new digital network at Starbuck's on their iPad? I was able to get into the Starbuck's main site on their free in-store wi-fi, but was unable to link to the new network. None of the staff could help. They said the network popped up immediately when they log into the network. I really want to check it out.
In the lobby of a motel with wi-fi network. The instructions was that upon initial connection the network would ask for a code which was to be entered. I went to setting, selected wi-fi and the name of the network it found. The Ipad brought up a new page containing a sign-in form.
When I selected the entry block to start the typing of the code the keyboard came up but then the key board went away before I could enter a letter. I tried it several times.Getting faster I was able to enter 4 of the letters. But the numbers were impossible because it took two actions on the keyboard to get a number.
Information: MB292LL Other OS ipad version 3.2.2 (7B500)
I cannot connect my iPad to a wireless network running WPA2. I simply get the message back "Unable to join the network network name". This has been tried on an Airport Express and a Cisco wireless concentrator. Disabling WPA2 and the iPad will connect to both networks without issues. What is iPads support for WPA and WPA2? No issues with either Macs running Mac OS X or other PCs running Windows or Linux on the same network.