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can't set clock

bernie9998

Dec 21, 2006, 9:12 PM
I just got my motorola a1200 and I am really impressed with it.

The only problem is that the clock is currently set to January 1st, 1970!

Does anyone know how to set the clock manually? I can't seem to find this option anywhere.

I'm surprised it can't sync through my network (cingular) like my previous cell phone (razr). Has anyone else experienced this problem?
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lapwolf

Dec 22, 2006, 4:00 PM
bernie9998 said:
Does anyone know how to set the clock manually? I can't seem to find this option anywhere.
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This is a joke, right? In the Applications list, click on the "Time" icon.

Having the A1200 get the time from network requires a seem edit...
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bernie9998

Dec 23, 2006, 11:40 AM
The time icon is an application for "world time". In all other phones, this icon is usually a little widget that takes the current time and adds/subtracts for each timezone.

If it is capable of changing the phones clock, it should be called something more generic, like "clock".

Also, the interface on "world time" does not indicate that the date and time shown can be changed. Usually these items would be within a text field or other interface widget rather than displayed as plain text.

I've seen many other posts on different sites asking how to change the clock on this phone and not until I found motorolafans.com did I finally get my answer.

Before that, I must have looked in the "world clock" app 15 times and never thought to c...
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Wolfie2k7

Dec 25, 2006, 7:15 PM
Well... It IS a Linux phone. It's not Windows.

You can also click on the little bars icon on the bottom left to get the menus. The only option in the Time applet is Setup - and you can likewise change the format for both time and date there.
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hbanoy

Apr 10, 2007, 6:15 PM
It is very easy, just go to World Clock, click on the options, go to network time, and then disable automatic network time.
Then Ok, and tap over the time to change it.
I hope it works.
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