Minor annoyance

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  1. jnskyliner34

    jnskyliner34 New Member

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    SOMETIMES when I plug my iPod Touch to my computer, the date and time changes randomly. It's been happening ever since I bought my iPod last May even on the legit 1.1.4 firmware.

    Anyone else have this problem?
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    maybe it's something wrong with computer
    mac or pc?
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    Check your time zone support settings
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    jnskyliner34 New Member

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    I'm on PC (Windows Vista Home Premium)

    Both my iPod and my laptop are set to my correct timezone, GMT+8.
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    Sometimes, if the PC goes into sleep (powersave) while your ipod is connected, the time is affected.

    Mine does not go into sleep mode while the ipod is connected, so I cannot verify this.
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    Hmmm. I never shutdown my laptop, always put it to sleep. But I never leave my iPod connected when I put my laptop to sleep.
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    The old issue was actually related to having iTunes running while it went to sleep, hibernate, etc. So which ipod d you have and what firmware are you on? It seems you have a 1st gen but your info says you are running 2.1.1 which is the 2nd gen and 1.1.4 was not an option.
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    I do have a 1st gen on 2.1.1. I just said it's been happening since I bought my iPod last May which ran a non-jailbroken 1.1.4 so it can't be a firmware issue.

    So, should I close iTunes when I put it my laptop to sleep? Sometimes I don't close it because I have iTunes set so when it minimizes, it goes to my system tray so I easily forget.
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    Ok, well 2.1.1 does not run on 1st gen ipods is what I am saying. So you must be on 2.1. That was an issue with 1.1.4 but not so much with 2.1. If it's 2.1 check your time zone support and if an earlier one make sure you close itunes before you put it to sleep.
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    Alright, my bad. I must've gotten confused with the filename of the Jailbreak I download, it said 2.1-1.

    Cheers for the tip.

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