27-04-2017 12:38 PM
My EE Harrier's clock is losing time when my phone is switched on - about 5 minutes per hour. my settings are for automatic date and time. if i switch the phone off and on again the time resets correctly but then begins to lose time again. Battery charge appears to have little to do with this.
27-04-2017 01:24 PM
@jrp1950 Turn off automatic as this is not relevant to the uk as there is only one time zone in the U.K.
27-04-2017 02:12 PM - edited 27-04-2017 02:15 PM
Automatic date and time is not just about time zones. It's for syncing with a time server on the Net. Anyway we do have GMT & BST.
Sounds like that's working by syncing at switch-on but the phone itself is faulty by losing time thereafter.
27-04-2017 02:25 PM
Oh sorry I didn't realise that we are not able to adjust clocks manually because of BST time. The whole of the UK has 1 time zone that alters depending on what time of year it is. If you was to live somewhere that has multiple times zones and you are passing through these time zones and you have the automatic clock set is an easy option of you having to not change the clock on the device manually. But in the UK it's not really necessary.
27-04-2017 02:39 PM
Not really necessary but more accurate !
27-04-2017 03:22 PM
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27-04-2017 05:32 PM
Go into settings - applications/apps - find the clock then clear its data & cache then restart the phone.
See if that helps.
27-04-2017 05:49 PM
Would you say the clock on The Elizabeth Tower is not accurate ? last time i checked this didnt have automatic clock time control. Its manually controlled and its within 1 second of being accurate.