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Old May 27th, 2011, 02:22 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Android clock is 10 mins fast (HTC Phones)

My HTC Desire HD, 2.3.3 Gingerbread, unbranded on Vodafone is set to use Automatic network-provided values for the date and time and since yesterday it has been running 10 minutes fast.

I set the the phone to the correct time but as soon as I enable automatic it changes back to 10 minutes fast.

Is there a central Android server or does my phone service provider (Vodafone) provide the time service?

Update: Later in the morning the phone was still 10 minutes fast but I switched off Automatic, set the time manually and then switched Automatic back on and the time has now been correct for more than 8 hours.

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Hi guys,

Over the last few days I've noticed that the time on my DHD keeps changing between the right time and 10th minutes fast. This has made alarms etc go off at the wrong time (thankfully early not late). Has anyone else had this issue, or any idea how to fix?
I know the time is set to update through the network, but everyone ekse on voda I have spoken to has no problems. I also installed BITS widget for a clock widget a few days ago but that shouldn't affect the system time should it? I uninstalled anyway and it didn't help.
I'm running the 2.3 update, unbranded on Vodafone UK.

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Ah mine is the same too. I am on o2 though so it much be HTC. Cant believe i turned up for work while the office was still locked up.
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Damn, I was hoping it was voda. I thought I'd missed out on the update bugs!
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First 2 posts merged as it appears to be a common issue.

I thought the time was set by the network and I was going to ask which network you are all on, but that's irrelevant if Amerie is Voda and Robthedude is O2.

What apps have you installed/updated over the last few days? Are you all on 2.3.3?

According to this post it corrected itself (no idea if accessing facebook was the cause).
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Mine just corrected after I went on fb, but now its gone back to being fast again
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Manually set it for now, access facebook, then see what happens.
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Hi Everyone, just thought I'd add my two pence. I'm having the same problem, HTC Desire HD on Orange.

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Yup, me too and 2 of my colleagues. A mix of Desires and HD on O2, Voda and Orange.
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If it's occurring on the original Desire as well as the HD, it's not a 2.3.3 issue. Nor is it a network issue as it's happening on various networks. I'm guessing it's app related.

What apps have installed/updated over the last few days?

It's def either an app or some sort of problem with time itself. I have noticed a couple of strange vortexes kicking about outside over the past couple of days.
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Same here - rooted Desire running 2.2. Standard Sense ROM.

Time was right when I got up at around 7.30am (same as normal clock), but definitely skipped forward ten minutes after 8am. Was ten minutes early for dentist appointment
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Might as well jump in and say its affecting my Desire as well. I'm on Virgin.

A quick solution is to change your clock manually in the settings and then leave the Automatic option unticked. Unless you're changing time-zones it shouldn't affect you much.
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It could be something to do with the blue police box I've seen hanging around recently ...

Set my time from auto to manual, corrected the time and switched back to auto, and it's been ok for the last hour *fingers crossed*

But just in case, apps that have updated or been installed over the last few days for me are:
Lookout mobile security, BBC news, MyBookDroid, BITS widget, Paradise Island and Kongregate.

edit: and back to fast again
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HTC Wildfire, Android 2.2.1, Virgin - Woke me up 10 minutes early and still fast

Oops - phone's fast but I'm slow - Amerie slipped in before me.
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I changed my settings to Manual corrected the time and have now changed it back. The time seems to be fine but I'm not sure how long it is going to take to sync back up.

We will see.
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I'm going to have a trawl through other device forums to see if this is HTC specific.

Gimme 5-10 mins.
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Hi, I have a Desire and am on O2, but it is 5 minutes fast and not 10. It was 2 minutes fast yesterday and have been searching interenet but only got people having phone and hour fast due to settings.

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Recently updated apps: DropBox, WhatsApp, GoolgeMaps, Photobucket Mobile, Lookout Mobile Security.

Thanks for the help guys! (and loving the time vortex chat haha)
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Same problem,

If I turn off the internet and 3G and reset the time manually all is obviously ok but the minute I turn the internet back on and the 3G signal appears the clock jumps forward ten minutes, I have installed nothing new in the last few days and all was well up until this morning.

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It looks as though this is only happening on HTC handsets at present (I've had a very quick scan and there doesn't appear to be anything else in many of the popular phone sub-forums).

Are all of your handsets unbranded? For DHD owners, if you look under Settings -> About Phone -> Software Info does your build number look like one of the following - 1.32.405.xx/1.72.405.xx/2.36.405.xx? I'm not sure about build numbers for other HTC handsets, apologies.

I suspect, but can't confirm, that unbranded handsets will pull their time info from a HTC server as opposed to a one associated with the network companies, similar to the way with which OTA updates are released. However, if someone has a network branded handset and they are experiencing this issue, the above is most likely wrong .
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and I'm on a unbranded handset and mine is OK (on Auto)....
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I'm also unbranded and it's fine for me too btw.
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Unbranded, Tesco SIM and I had the issue this morning, but now it seems okay.
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HTC Desire HD, 2.3.3 Gingerbread, unbranded on Vodafone - clock time is 10 minutes fast.
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Mine is also ok now, didn't do anything, it just fixed itself. Hope this doesn't jinx it!
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Nope... 10 mins fast again...
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Ok - my time has now gone back to the correct time! Doh!
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Odd, i just checked and mine is 8minutes ahead. I'm unbranded on T-mobile. I'll see what happens when i change a few things and report back but it seems that this is an issue at the HTC server.

EDIT: The second i turned my wifi on it went from 8minutes fast to 10 minutes fast. and now 11minutes fast.
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T-Mobile branded on a 1.84 build. I noticed mine was about 8 minutes fast around 9am so changed it to manual, set correct time and changed back to automatic and it's been fine since.
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HTC Desire - 02

Both phones showed the same this morning.. My T-mobile is 8-9 minutes fast. Latest changes made were a reboot after clearing facebook data (running out of space), and applied latest maps/my tracks update 1 day 13 hours ago my only update prior to that was Unified remote update but that was 3 days ago so if I had to suspect an app i'd be thinking facebook or maps. Unsure what app have been updated recently on the 02 phone.
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Turned my wifi off and then back on a little later and it fixed itself.
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OK, so mine is now showing 10 mins fast :P

How very odd.. there must be an ntp server somewhere that's a bit stuffed
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I have a branded HTC Desire (not HD) on Orange, running Android 2.2.

The clock has been 2 minutes fast all week but this morning just before 8am I noticed that it was 8 minutes fast.

I turned it off automatic and set the time manually and it's been fine all morning (obviously). Just tried turning automatic back on and it immediately went to 2 minutes fast. Glad it's not just me with the problem!
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Yup have the same problem.
Yesterday it was 3 minutes fast. It has reset itself now and back on normal time. Not too sure what is causing it.. HAHA
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Hey guys. Same thing here. Located in Australia, HTC Desire, using the Telstra network.

Handset was originally branded, but S-Off and running 2.3.3, with sense 2.1

Clock sync is 10 minutes out when set to network time.
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Hi guys, also have this problem - vodafone australia, not rooted, build 3.15.178.3
have tried setting time manually, and then switching auto time back on, will see how we go.
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I've been 10 mins fast all morning, but now it's gone back to being correct (and spot on to the second). Very odd.
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Same here. HTC Desire, rooted, Android 2.2 with default Sense. Clock is fast ~ 10 minutes. The FB-"Fix" from above didn't change anything. Currently testing if the WiFi settings might have anything to do with it. On a related note, anyone tested ClockSync? Apparently it allows direct NTP sync for the clock.
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I did have a play about with those, but whatever connection I use, the clock stays the same.
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Interesting. I disabled WiFi and automatic clock sync, set the time manually, waited ~5 minutes, re-enabled WiFi and automatic sync, 30 minutes later the time still displays as correct. If I had to guess I'd say Sense is using a HTC time server when on WiFi, which was fast for some time and now is now syncing correctly again.
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Mine was the same, ten mins fast this morning, but after playing around it seems to be stuck to being 30 seconds ahead!
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mines been fast after several resets but this last hour has been fine, fingers crossed.
wifes wildfire on 2.2 has been fine throughout our ordeal
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Same problem here in Spain. Unbranded Desire HD, Android 2.3.3. Telefonica network. 10 minutes fast. Tried hard reset, unchecked automatic time box. Waiting to see what happens!
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I have an UNrooted (no techie me), no-customization (except mainstream apps) US Cellular HTC Desire (the original) and it was 6 mins. ahead yesterday, first time that's ever happened! Store was puzzled to, we did a warm reboot than reset it, then this AM 12 minutes fast! Again, a warm reboot reset it. I keep wifi off to save battery. Hmmm... a Google found me this forum, guess we'll all learn together!
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Me too ... Happened 3 times today, keep switching between automatic and manual. Vodafone unbranded uk

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Just about to switch back to manual and leave it there for a couple of days
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i turned my phone off and on and it's been fine for a few minutes...
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Noticed my Desire was 10 minutes ahead this morning. Guess it is not just me after all. I am also having problems connecting to my wifi. Getting stuck obtaining an ip address. Anyone else experiencing that?
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Anyone called HTC, might wanna check Tue HTC UK Facebook page too. It looks like a generic HTC issue affecting all handsets.
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But just in case, apps that have updated or been installed over the last few days for me are:
Lookout mobile security, BBC news, MyBookDroid, BITS widget, Paradise Island and Kongregate.

edit: and back to fast again
I also installed BBC news, but several days ago. I'm on T-mobile.

Oh, and Angry Birds two days ago!
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