iPad

  • Turn Wi-Fi Off and On
    When you arrive in a room to use the Apple TV, turn Wi-Fi off, wait a few seconds, and turn Wi-Fi on.  This ensures your iPad grabs the strongest signal in the room.
    • To turn Wi-Fi off/on (iOS 6):
      • Go to Settings
      • Select Wi-Fi
      • Slide Wi-Fi slider to left to turn off
      • Count to 5
      • Slide Wi-Fi slider to right to turn on
      • Click Home button to return to main screen
    • To turn Wi-Fi off/on (iOS 7):
      • Slide one finger up from bottom of screen
      • Select Wi-Fi button to turn off Wi-Fi
      • Count to 5
      • Select Wi-Fi button to turn on Wi-Fi
      • Click Home button to return to main screen
  • Set Auto-Lock to at least 15 Minutes (recommend Never)
    This will prevent your iPad from going to sleep too quickly and causing a drop in signal to the Apple TV.
    • To change Auto-Lock:
      • Go to Settings
      • Select General
      • Scroll down and select Auto-Lock
      • Select 15 Minutes or Never
      • Click Home button to return to main screen
  • Forget Wi-Fi network DA-Wireless
    This will prevent your iPad from trying to jump to DA-Wireless.
    • To forget DA-Wireless:
      • Go to Settings
      • Select Wi-Fi
      • Select the i (iOS 7) or the right arrow (iOS 6) to the right of DA-Wireless
      • Select Forget This Network
      • When confirmation dialog box appears, select Forget
      • Select Wi-Fi
      • If it is not already selected, select GreenDoor
      • Click Home button to return to main screen
  • Turn off Bluetooth
    It is recommended that you turn off Bluetooth on your iPad if you are not regularly using a Bluetooth device (e.g., keyboard, speakers).  This cuts down on potential wireless conflicts.
    • To turn off Bluetooth:
      • Got to Settings
      • Select Bluetooth
      • Slide Bluetooth slider to the left to turn off
      • Click Home button to return to main screen