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Old June 27th, 2012, 01:19 PM   #1 (permalink)
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any idea how to change the time on the accuweather.com weather widget? It shows the correct time down on bottom right but not the bigger center time....really odd


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Old June 27th, 2012, 05:24 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Same happened on my wife's s2. The widget was crashing.
Try clearing the cache on app through app manager and that should do the trick. If it still does it, try an uninstall and reinstall of the app after clearing the cache
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Old June 27th, 2012, 08:49 PM   #3 (permalink)
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any idea how to change the time on the accuweather.com weather widget? It shows the correct time down on bottom right but not the bigger center time....really odd


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The time on the bottom right is the time it last updated the weather. check that the widget is displaying the time for your current location or the city you live in. If you scrolled by mistake and have a different city with a different time zone that could be one reason it is displaying the wrong time :P
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had same issue. GPS was disabled so the current city info would have been cached. this seemed to prevent the refresh. out of time problem caused by day light savings. needed to turn on mobile data also and then turn off use current city location option in the accuweather app and then back on.
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So I have the same problem. And day light saving time was this weekend. It just happened about 30 minutes ago. I have tried everything in the settings for the phone date and time, and for the appointment settings as Well. I have tried What you guys were saying too. Nothing has worked. It's getting frustrating. Any ideas??
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Hi, the way I just updated the time on my weather widget was to delete my city and then have accuweather locate me again. It set the correct time immediately. Probably wasn't the ideal way but it was efficient.
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Hi, the way I just updated the time on my weather widget was to delete my city and then have accuweather locate me again. It set the correct time immediately. Probably wasn't the ideal way but it was efficient.
This worked perfectly. Thanks!
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Hi, the way I just updated the time on my weather widget was to delete my city and then have accuweather locate me again. It set the correct time immediately. Probably wasn't the ideal way but it was efficient.
How do you delete a city?
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Click on the Lock Screen weather... click on the plus sign + ... click on Current Location.. that how it resets you... click on the city/location it finds... BOOOOMMMM .. there u have it
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