I need REVENGE...but I don't know which company to direct it at!!!!Ok I bought the "new" iPad yesterday. I was setting it up today and everything is going smoothly. The iPad connects to my home internet service no problem. I pull out my Verizon Mifi4510L and it won't connect. :( The Mifi connects to my laptop and my iPhone but not the iPad. I call Verizon and because my laptop and iPhone will connect to the Mifi...they say it's the iPad. I then call Apple and because the iPad will connect to the home internet they say it's the Verizon Mifi.So I feel like this is the iRun-a-round and I'm getting an iHeadache!ahhhh....I feel better. Thanks for letting me vent.Utahtea
I supposed you tried a full reset already?https://discussions.apple.com/thread/3814506?start=0&tst...
Thanks Globetraveler....but it wasn't needed.Color me BRIGHT FIRE ENGINE RED!!!! It was the wrong password! ACK...it was ME!Ok, in my defense we had to have my brand new Mifi replaced immediately after purchasing it last year. They sent a new/refurbished one without the back...so the back has the OLD Password. We finally realized that the password was wrong and then everything worked. I am a little disappointed that it just didn't tell me it had the wrong password. When I went to enter the Comcast password, I had accidently typed one wrong number and it advised me the password was incorrect so I just assumed that when I did the MIFI password it would do the same.Utahtea
Color me BRIGHT FIRE ENGINE RED!!!! It was the wrong password! ACK...it was ME!I'm glad you figured it out. It can be tough to troubleshoot network connection issues when you have multiple protocols and vendors.
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