I take a picture on my ipad with it connected to my PC, want to see it on my PC without disconnecting.I use my ipad as a camera connected to my PC. With my personal Ipad, I take a picture, can edit, and can see teh edited picture file in Windows Explorer on my WIn 7 PC.¬†
I bought a newer Ipad for the office application we have, and with the Ipad connected to the PC, if I take a new picture, I have to disconnect teh ipad, and reconnect before the Win 7 PC will see that there is a new picture in the Ipad picture folder.¬†
I have a iPad Wi-Fi connection problem. All the "fixes" seem to point to changing router configuration or changing to a different router. That's an option if its YOUR router...but how about when your traveling as I was over the weekend. When your in your hotel and the Wi-Fi keeps disconnecting...OS
I use and iPad 2 attached to a projector for presentations. The problem I have is that the VGA cable keeps disconnecting itself from the iPad with very little effort. Now, I can always "tape" it together or some other barbaric solution like that. But is there something more elegant? Some kind of adapter perhaps?
I have 2 iPad 2's and they are both having trouble staying connected to wifi. It hasn't always been like this but I don't recall when it started. My iPad is updated with the latest upgrade but the other one still needs to get the last upgrade so i doubt the upgrade is issue her.† I tried to reset network setting, take off the auto brightness and so on. Oh, and by the ways all our other apple and non apple devices work perfectly with the wifi, so it's only our iPads.
My wifi gets disconnected every now and then. I have hard reset a few times, sometimes is ok sometimes it's not. When I went into settings, the wifi options got blurred out, and on the left it says wifi (n/a).
When your iPad displays the screen to re enter your network security key, do not enter the key, instead, press the iPad's power button until the iPad displays "Slide To Power Off". Then touch the "Cancel" button on the bottom of the screen, and the iPad will reconnect to your network. This is NOT a fix but a simple workaround until Apple finds a software fix.
I know this has been asked before, but nothing appears to have been answered for my particular problem.
So I have a 64Gb Wifi (not 3G) Ipad & up until about a week or so I've used it fine with only a minor problem with the loss of internet connection.
About 2 days ago I had a problem that although I was connected to my wifi router I could not get access to the internet. My new ipod touch, iphone 4, laptop & PS3 all use wifi & all worked perfectly fine. A few hours later my Ipad managed to connect to the internet.
Unfortunately now I keep getting disconnected. I'm talking every minute! I connect - open Safari - enter a web address & search - Disconnects. It asks to reconnect to my router & is unable to. I go to settings & connect, straight away it connects fine. I go back to web site load one page. Disconnects!!
So I checked here & downloaded the latest firmware for my Netgear DGN35010 router (v25), I updated ipad software & I have no security passcode on my router.
As you can imagine, this is getting annoying. I havent tried another router, but seeing as everything else appears to work on mine fine I got to think it's the Ipad problem.
Does anyone from Apple tech support ever visit these forums to look into problems with their products?
Information: MB294LL Other OS Version 3.2.2 (7B500)
I've had my iPad for almost three months. It is a 64gb 3G model. It has recently been disconnecting from my WiFi router (apple airport extreme), although it doesn't lose the key, within 5-10 seconds, the screen sort of dims and a box pops up in the middle of what ever I'm doing that says "Connecting..." and within a few seconds it's back on. I notice that the wireless icon in the upper left corner disappears and reappears.
My other computers and iPhone don't seem to have this problem. This has already happen twice while typing this much on the iPad.
Is anyone else having this problem, are there any suggestions, or could this be a hardware issue?
Also, I'm sitting in the same room as the wireless router, and this problem only seems to have cropped up since I updated the firmware to 3.2.2.
Recently bought a iPad 2 after having the original for 6 months. I have had trouble with both of them losing connection with my dsl. It's not my Dsl because my laptop never looses connection. I have no idea about what my settings should be.
In my ipad3, I have problems connecting then disconnecting within 2 minutes after connection. The device is 3 yards away from me and I experience the same problem with Skype, Face time, google talk and Safari. My Network router is Zyxel P-660HN-F1Z with latest available Firmware Version: 3.70(BJI.8)F0. The 2nd generation ipod I have with me does not have any problems. It is the ipad3. I have tried updating the firmware of the router and it is working the same regardless of what I do. I have tested the wireless access point with laptop, Ipod and wifi phone and no problems. Only it is a problem with Ipad 3.
I have iPad 2 with AirPlay set up.I was trying to watch a video but the sound won't come through my iPad Speakers.I have already clicked on Airplay button but it only shows options for Apple TV and Dock.There is no any Icon for iPad.I have tried many things but unable to find any way to disable Airplay without disconnecting from WiFi network.Any suggestions?
I have been having trouble connecting my iPad to my apple bluetooth keyboard. After i disconnect my keyboard from my Mac mini and turn on the bluetooth on the ipad, the iPad does not recognize the keyboard and just sits on the loading screen. I have left it on for about one hour and the iPad never recognizes the keyboard.
So trying to FaceTime my brother's iPhone4, and everytime it connects, I just see a black screen, and then it says it failed, and my internet dies. Not just on my iPad, but my desktop (which is hooked up via ethernet) and my iPhone wifi die as well. If I DON'T do FaceTime, internet runs fine!
I have a wifi only version of the ipad and have been having very reliable wifi service ever since i got this second one (first one was returned). Only issue I have had is an occasional blinking wifi indicator that would blink off then back on every couple of minutes or so but then didnt last to long but now comes along this update which I do yesterday and today now the ipad says "connecting" but dont connect to the internet. The wifi icon is completly gone now and when I go to setting-network to look for my router-network its no where to be found actually it finds no networks in range in which it used to find a few from around my neighborhood. In the settings menu wifi is turned "on" and "ask to join networks" is also on. Now before you get discouraged about updating if u havent done so I was able to get my wifi back by pressing and holding the small power button on the side powering it off and then restarting it and bam there it was wifi icon at full bars again and getting 12.2 mbps down and 2.90 up! Point is I never had to do that before and just did that restart as I am typing this thread so I hope that I don't have to do this repeatedly. If anyone else has had this problem please let me know, I allways advocate doing any and all updates provided by a manufacture but the update is supposed to alleviate problems not create them.
I have wireless internet at my house and am having trouble connecting my ipad.† i have entered the password and all signs say it is connected, there is a small tick next to the name and the little bars are showing.† but when i try and use the internet it says, 'not connected to internet'. my modem is a thompson TG585 v8.