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iPad 2 WiFi not connecting

superbaba808

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I have an iPad 2 32g Wifi. I've had it for 2 weeks and love it. I've been experiencing small, "quirks" ie screen not scrolling immediately, crashes, etc. A simple restart had been fixing those. However today my Wifi stopped working. I keep getting a message that says, "Safari cannot open the page because it is not connected to the internet." I cannot check my email as well. I have full bars and even notice that the bars will "go down" if I'm in an area that doesn't get good reception. I get the same message at my local Starbucks as well as my home network. I have tried, restarting, resetting the network, "resetting all", as well as a "complete restore", and I still get the same message. Any ideas? Thank you in advance for your help and advise.
 
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peled

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You didn't mention one important thing. Retyping the password for the WiFi.
Sometimes, the iPAD may forget the password.
If it is OK it will put a
V" sign there.
Try check on a Public WiFi at your local Cafe, which does not need a password
 
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Thanks peled. It turns out that there was nothing wrong with the iPad. I just needed to reset my wifi modem at home. I figured it wasn't working at the local Starbucks because the day I was there, there was a lot of people on their computers at that location. Either way it is working just fine now, but I did want to say thank you for responding to my thread. Cheers!
 

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Hi,

I have the same issue. It won't connect to one specific router at home, but it does connect w/o any problems to the other routers at home.
My iPhone 3GS connects everywhere.
All my routers share the same password, so I'm certain I'm using the correct one.
 

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