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[SOLVED] Cannot change Date and Time (December 31, 1969)

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By saranay, Junior Member on 2nd July 2014, 04:27 AM
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1st November 2014, 01:13 AM |#11  
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Edit: I figured out the problem. I was reading other posts on the web and one person said they had similar issue when they replaced the screen. So there is only two ribbons that attach to main board, I took it apart again and reset the cables. Powered on and date was set correctly. Big sigh of relief as I thought i would have to send the board back.


its strange, I get this problem after doing a mainboard swap. It did a bootloop when I first started it, thought it may of been a corrupt system so just did the kitkat update, was able to root and unlock the bootloader on the new board and that is when I noticed the date. flashed back to JB with house of moto universal script and I get the same bootloop. My phone worked fine with the old mainboard. I just changed it because the sim card reader would go out. Either I got a bad board or something. I'll continue to investigate but any input would be appreciated.
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Originally Posted by yujikaido79

its strange, I get this problem after doing a mainboard swap. It did a bootloop when I first started it, thought it may of been a corrupt system so just did the kitkat update, was able to root and unlock the bootloader on the new board and that is when I noticed the date. flashed back to JB with house of moto universal script and I get the same bootloop. My phone worked fine with the old mainboard. I just changed it because the sim card reader would go out. Either I got a bad board or something. I'll continue to investigate but any input would be appreciated.

Go download this app "Test Your Android", to test the hardware on your phone.
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