used 3.2 ipad - cant connect to apple store

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  1. chad122

    chad122 iPF Noob

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    Guys, i just bought a used ipad. All seems good except for the fact that i cannot login to apple to update any apps or buy anything from the store from the actual ipad. It transfered all my apps from my ipod over and those all run fine but it seems i have to buy an app on my computer and then sync it. I tried to restore from itunes but it just says "there was a problem downloading the software for ipad" i assume because its new and the original 3.2.x is not on there. Does this seem like an OS bug or should i call apple? i have tried to do the reset from the ipad and did both, the clear data option and the "just settings" option. neither worked. it just get stuck in an endless loop of asking me put my password in for itunes.
    anyone have any ideas for this ipad noob. thanks
    c
     
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    lprmcnit iPF Novice

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    How are you trying to connect to the Apple Store from the ipad wi-fi or 3G? I know I've seen issues with environments that have proxy servers....
     
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    chad122 iPF Noob

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    thanks

    after upgrading to the GM release it is all well now. Thanks
     

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