Virtual Router

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    "Virtual Router: It Works!"

    June 24, 2012  |   By naumatam


    Easy set-up, create a password, and you're good to go.


    No cons that I know of so far


    Virtual Router is exactly what I needed to get a wifi connection for my iPod Touch (2nd gen) at home. Usually, I'd have to take it to work and use the free wifi there, but I'm not always at work. The only trouble I had with VR was the password because I wasn't sure if I had to type a pre-existing password or create my own. To save future users the trouble, create your own password. Then, I just had to turn on wifi in the iPod's Settings and type in that password. I cannot believe it was this easy! Thank you Virtual Router developer(s)!

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