iOS 4.0 Time always one day late

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  1. agaguk

    agaguk New Member

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    Since I installed iOS 4.0, everything worked fine, but now all of a sudden, it seems like my iPod will not let me change the date, even though it's always one day late. I can change it, but as soon as I respring or reboot, it goes back to one day before. I tried connecting it to my computer, but that didn't help either. I really don't want to restore since backups take a day each (I know it's ridiculously long, but I just use the backup switch when I sync). Am I the only one with this problem and is there a solution?
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    Nickmadkiller Well-Known Member

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    Usually restoring your iPod will fix bugs like that.But is it really worth restoring just to fix a 1 day late date?Idk thats up to you.Restoring should fix though.I haven't experienced any problems upgrading with 3.1.3 jailbroken to the iOS 4.Lucky me since a lot of people have a lot of problems.

    But if it bothers you a lot just restore.
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    I guess that's what I'll have to do. I just wanted to make sure there wasn't any easy way...
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    Check your computer's date, it is perfectly on sync with it, when I change the time on my computer iPod changes.
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    Checked that too, my ipod just won't change the date

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    Nickmadkiller Well-Known Member

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    I would just restore if it really bothers you.I know it's a pain but hey

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    how to change the date
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    Nickmadkiller Well-Known Member

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    Go to settings and date and time.
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    or check your pc's date and change if needed and resync your idevice
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    I already tried everything in this thread nothing worked... Looks like it's a restore... *sigh*

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