Clock Problem

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  1. david_lexicon

    david_lexicon New Member

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    When I switch off the iPod Touch and after few hours I switch on again without sync, the clock time losses 4 minutes. Why?

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    Meikura Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Possibly it's got a faulty battery?
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    My suggestion would be to upgrade firmware to 2.2 if you haven't already. There might just be a bug for some reason in your previous firmware. If you have 2.2 already, I suggest resetting your clock. If that still doesn't work, restore your iPod. One of these options is sure to fix it. I had that problem in 2.1.1 and upgraded to 2.2 and now it is fine so that is my first suggestion. Hope one of these works.

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    david_lexicon New Member

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    Thanks for your threads. The fault was mine because the clock was being changed when in sync. When the iPod is switched off and on again and for longer periods, the time is correct.

    Sorry for the inconvenience.

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