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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by wihan1, Aug 6, 2010.

  1. wihan1

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    Hi,

    Anyone know how to edit the time on the accuweather clock widget? Can't get mine to allow for BST...its 1Hr behind! :thinking:
     

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    When you set-up the widget, you are given the option to set time-zone, and also to set daylight saving. I would either reset your parameters, or uninstall and reinstall widget.
     
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    Had me stumped for a while too but got there in the end.

    1) Tap the bar under the clock to set the city.
    2) Tap the menu key.
    3) Tap Set DST (bottom right corner, picture of a sun).
    4) Tap your city name at the top of the screen and you will see an orange sun appear next to it when DST is on and tapping it again removes it.
    5) Tap Done and then tap the Back key.

    The time should now be correct.
     
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    You are brilliant!

    Thanks :D
     
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    Jayces10: Thanks a lot. Perfect step by step. Worked great! :D
     
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    It was driving me nuts! Thanks for saving me a long call to the store or Samsung!
     
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    Hi there.recently i bought a samsumg galaxy y.i love to use accuweather widgets .but its analog watch show 25 minutes slow time.i tried enough to set the dst.i read ur post.but i cant find the dst option.plz tell me a solution of it.tnx in advance.
     
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    Simply go to app manager and clear data resets itself
     
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    Is it possible to set the time format to 24 hour rather than AM/PM or, better yet, have the widget use the system defaults?
     
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    I use 24 hr format on my Galaxy S5, I set it in System and everything seems to be following it.
     
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    I have a s5 and am trying to figure out how to set the clock to chance by city and state automatically like it did on my s3
     
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    Don't you really mean by Time Zone?

    I used to work in Indiana, and Arizona. Those states have two different Time Zones.
    The Navaho Indians in the NE part of Arizona use Daylight Savings Time.... the rest of Arizona never changes time period...

    I did not like working in Indiana, you would get to work at 8 AM sharp, and try to call your company's office 30 miles west of you and they are still in bed!!! for cripes sake.... I never understood splitting a time zone down the middle of a state.
     

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