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General Category => Using YouWave Android => Topic started by: amichael on February 21, 2012, 11:49:20 PM

Title: Date and Time Always changing
Post by: amichael on February 21, 2012, 11:49:20 PM
Every time I close and open Youwave the date and time will set to Greenwich time (GMT +0). I need to set every time I shutdown the program. please advice.
Title: Re: Date and Time Always changing
Post by: YouWaveModerator on February 22, 2012, 04:58:48 AM
Try ClockSync, I had a similiar problem.
You reported it wasn't compatible on another thread, but try the same version as I did version 1.2.0

Remember it's important:
- Sync On Boot is enabled (I forgot to mention that previously)
- to set the timezone
- and wait for it to sync or sync manually

*DST = Daylight Saving Time / Summer Time

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For countries with NO DST
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- Install ClockSync
- Go to Menu > Settings within ClockSync
  - Automatic Synchronization (Enable it)
  - set "Interval" to 15 mins
  - Override system settings (Enable it)
  - set "UTC offset" to your timezone
  - Sync On Boot (Enable It)

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For countries with DST (Needs 2 apps)
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- Install "TimeZoneDB for ClockSync"  (Only works with ClockSync 1.1.6 or later)
- Install "ClockSync"
- Go to Menu > Settings within ClockSync
  - Automatic Synchronization (Enable it)
  - set "Interval" to 15 mins
  - Use Offline Database
  - Select your time zone
  - Sync On Boot (Enable It)

Timezones are displayed like this: Continent/City.
For example: Europe/Amsterdam

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Title: Re: Date and Time Always changing
Post by: psplam on March 10, 2012, 11:07:31 AM
Thanks reconx86

Time always not sync after upgrade to 2.2.1.
It causes trouble while using Whatsapp.
ClockSync really works to solve this problem.

Just a thought ...
YouWave rides on ClockSync or
ClockSync rides on YouWave ...
Title: Re: Date and Time Always changing
Post by: Lancelon on March 14, 2012, 05:52:23 AM
I am not sure but you should select auto update time option then it may be possible your problem will solve.
Title: Re: Date and Time Always changing
Post by: YouWaveModerator on March 14, 2012, 10:02:21 AM
The native auto sync doesn't work... its a bug
Title: Re: Date and Time Always changing
Post by: Himanshu on December 13, 2012, 03:32:39 PM
no time sync up in my 4.0 version.time displaed in clock is wrong + time of messages in whatsapp is also wron help me out plzzzzz
Title: Re: Date and Time Always changing
Post by: YouWaveModerator on December 13, 2012, 03:35:56 PM
Did you install ClockSync a 3rd party app, which can be downloaded thru the Market app or 1Mobile.
Please download and follow the instructions of this post
Title: Re: Date and Time Always changing
Post by: YouWaveModerator on December 13, 2012, 04:07:57 PM
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i live in india what to do time to auto sync for my county standard time

As I said in the previous post:
Timezones are displayed like this: Continent/City.
For example: Europe/Amsterdam

India is part of continent Asia

Depending if your country has summertime or not, you should install 1 or 2 apps.

Please read the post, thank you
Title: Re: Date and Time Always changing
Post by: Himanshu on December 14, 2012, 06:33:44 AM
But the analog clock on home screen and the system clock is showing different .PFA
http://i50.tinypic.com/2dglyck.jpg

as you can see in the image the systm time is 8:00 but analog clock time is 2:30..Plz hel me with this tooo  :)
Title: Re: Date and Time Always changing
Post by: YouWaveModerator on December 14, 2012, 11:25:33 AM
Okay but can you please tel, if one of the 2 displayed times is correct?
I assume the notification bar & whatsapp time should be correct?

If not:
What time shows in your whatsapp messages?
What time shows in your notification bar?
What time shows on your anologue clock?

Also state which of these times is correct...

PS:
For accesing hard-drive: you have to go in the Gallery app
the gallary app acceses the C:\Users\Public directrory
Title: Re: Date and Time Always changing
Post by: YouWaveAdmin on December 14, 2012, 12:38:00 PM
For the time and time zone issue, please go to Settings->Date&Time->Uncheck Automatic Date&Time and Automatic timezone. Then set the date&time timezone manually.

For data sharing,
C:\users\public is /sdcard/c in YouWave's Android

  In your Gallery, you will see pictures in your C:\users\public directory. You can copy your pictures to that directory and send them out through WhatsApp.

  For example, to copy out the pictures and videos that other people sent to you through WhatsApp, use "Open Manager" app, explore to /sdcard/whatsapps and your files are in one of the sub-directories. Copy a file and paste it in /sdcard/c directory. The file will be actually copied to your C:\users\public in your hard drive.

  To copy a file in "Open Manager", long click the file, then click "copy" at the top. To paste a file into /sdcard/c, go to /sdcard/ then long click "c" directory, then click the "..." at the upper right corner, choose "paste". Now you have copied the file to your C:\users\public directory.
Title: Re: Date and Time Always changing
Post by: Himanshu on December 14, 2012, 04:41:32 PM
As you can see the time of android in the pic is 5:56 am and the last two messages posted "hi & how are you" are posted at the system time 5:56 am and the time for mesages posted is 12:26 am PFA for the above details
http://i49.tinypic.com/2mebzx0.jpg


and for analog clock issue, the sysytm time you can see in the image posted is 5:57 am and analog clock time is around 12:27 am

PFA for above details
http://i49.tinypic.com/34fi1xe.jpg



BOTH THE IMAGES ARE TAKEN BACK TO BACK IN INTERVAL OF FEW SECONDS





AND for file sharing in youwave from hard drive problem
If my username is Singhal in my user account of Pc then i have to make C:\Documents and Settings\SINGHAL\Public\Pictures or just C:\Users\Public\Pictures
Title: Re: Date and Time Always changing
Post by: YouWaveModerator on December 14, 2012, 04:46:32 PM
C:\Users\Public\Pictures

okay so I understand the incoming messages are time stamped incorrectly and are based on the analogue clock, while outgoing messages are sent with the correct time stamp, based on the digital clock

WORKAROUND: Users please follow FAQ 2 section A and B
Title: Re: Date and Time Always changing
Post by: YouWaveAdmin on December 14, 2012, 04:48:39 PM
So you have a Windows XP, right?

For XP, if you create a directory C:\Users\Public, then start YouWave, YouWave should use that directory.

This directory is commonly available for other systems, like Win 7.
Title: Re: Date and Time Always changing
Post by: Himanshu on December 14, 2012, 04:51:38 PM
Ya i am using windows xp only, and C:\Users\Public worked for images

will it  to do for video and audio files too? how they can be accesed??

and for time issue is that whats app problem or youwave's problem bcoz the time shown in windows phone is correct as for  sending and recieving messages?
and plz help me for analog clock tooo

THANKS :)
Title: Re: Date and Time Always changing
Post by: YouWaveModerator on December 14, 2012, 05:06:52 PM
Yes, you can just paste the files in the public folder.

The time-bug shall be addressed in a future release.
Title: Re: Date and Time Always changing
Post by: Himanshu on December 14, 2012, 05:50:30 PM
ya wats app and analog time is same.admin plz help to fix the issue as the same was faced 2.34 version too for whatsapp not for analog coz i wasnt able to find analog in 2.3.4.


thanks
Title: Re: Date and Time Always changing
Post by: jay.vasaniya15690 on March 29, 2014, 12:49:52 AM
 plz sole this eror guys
while i install whatsapp this eror is occure


your phone date is inaccurate! adujst your clock and try again.

your phone date and time is :
11:51am,3/28/2014
(GMT+5:30)


plz solve this end send me solution on this email id

jay.vasaniya15690@gmail.com
Title: Re: Date and Time Always changing
Post by: YouWaveModerator on March 29, 2014, 10:23:50 AM
Have you tried FAQ 2 section A and B (link below comment).

In the future please create your own thread, the forum will automaticly alert you for replies thru email