My Clock Is Always Wrong! help!?

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  1. RagingAres

    RagingAres New Member

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    Every time I turn it on, it is an hour faster than the real time. how do i stop this from happening?
  2. Tannerstouch

    Tannerstouch New Member

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    The iPod clock depends on the clock of the computer you sync with. Make sure you're computer clock isn't messed up.

    In OS X just go to system prefs > date/time
    In vista right click on the time in your taskbar, and then click adjust date/time.

    If you mean that its the right time and you reboot your iPod and the time gets messed up, then I dunno =\
  3. 42395_skyline

    42395_skyline Community Development Staff Member

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    i NEVER sync my ipod touch and the clock is always wrong. any help?
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    Tannerstouch New Member

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    You had to sync it at least once, and thats all it takes.
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    42395_skyline Community Development Staff Member

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    when i first jailbroke it was the last time i synced it. and the time was rite up until last week.
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    Daylight savings started on March 8th (according to http://www.infoplease.com/spot/daylight1.html) That was more than a week ago though

    Thats my only idea.. but i think the iPod might be smart enough to realize that.
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    APV Well-Known Member

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    Restore, I had this same problem, the time would be right, the same as my computer, then when I plugged it in, it flew 14 hours ahead and 3 months back.

    Just restore, fixed my problem.
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    42395_skyline Community Development Staff Member

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    i change the time to the rite time every morning. when i wake up its normally like 2 hours behind again. it didnt do it for 2 days so maybe it fixed itself but im not sure. it happens randomly.

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    Tannerstouch New Member

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    speak of the devil...

    My clock just went haywire. I synced it and now it thinks its 4AM..sigh
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    manutdfan539 New Member

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    What Tanner said, it's either your computer, or your time zone. If it isn't, then your iPod is f'ed up and I would reccomend a restore aswell.

    If you do restore, you cannot restore from a backup because the problem will return. So deal with the time, or lose this "Work" you have done.

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