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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 64864 24-Jul-2010 07:53
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Does anyone else have issues with their 3G iPad not receiving emails when push is enabled whilst on wifi with cellular data enabled?

If I disable cellular data push starts working and if I enable cellular data it still works but after awhile stops working again

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Master Geek


  Reply # 355692 24-Jul-2010 08:28
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Push on my wifi (xtra mail over yahoo) wasn't working, but I didn't have notifications turned on. Maybe that will fix it.
I find push to be pretty iffy, even on my iPhone it wasn't perfect.
You shouldn't be having problems, if there are no solutions on here or by calling apple you should blame the hardware and swap for another one! :)



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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 355729 24-Jul-2010 11:00
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I think it's the vodafone connection actually. All I can browse is vodafone.co.nz/ipad even though I've already added $20 to it

I assume with the 3G version, like the iPhone, when its in sleep mode it reverts to 3G for internet activities whereas with the wifi only version wifi stays on when sleeping



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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 355781 24-Jul-2010 14:17
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yep, it's cos i didnt actually load the plan i just topped the card up.. oops

case closed!

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