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IPod Touch and iMac question regarding WIFI.

Asked by jrpowell (40499points) May 7th, 2008

I have a iPod Touch and a iMac that is connected via Ethernet to my router. Can I use my iMac (Intel and 10.5.2) to broadcast a signal that my iPod can use?

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jrpowell's avatar

Holy shit.. I got it to work. Now I can Fluther in my bed.. That sounds gross. Now to test the range.

robmandu's avatar

JP, you’re making this job too easy.

jrpowell's avatar

It works in the bathtub. I’m set.

nikipedia's avatar

So you can have a bubble bath or a fluther bath. Or a flutherbubblebath.

jrpowell's avatar

It is pretty much the end of the world.

I wasn’t sure if the card in my iMac could broadcast a signal. It can.

wildflower's avatar

Just remember to set a password unless you want your neighbors to benefit from it too…
...and yea, fluther baths are cool….only the water gets cold before you get through all the Q’s.

jrpowell's avatar

I’m actually cool if they want to use it. And I live on a huge lot so only a few people would be able to.

chaosrob's avatar

Coming up next: “Is it possible to dry out an iPod Touch that’s been at the bottom of a bubble-bath?”

wildflower's avatar

hahaha…...you can dry it out, but if it’s faulty you’re buggered, so remember to make sure it’s on the house-content insurance ;)

bassist_king1's avatar

I don’t think I’d bring my iPod touch in the bath, too risky. I would probly drop it in the first 5 mins in! I’ll stick to showering and just listening to my iPod :)

Maybe a waterproof case? (if the touch screen would still work behind the case)

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