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Default european time jumping 1 to 3 hrs ahead.

after last weeks time fiasco now im having another problem.
the time (uk) seems tokeep jumping forward one hour.

anyone else or is it just me?

had been fine all week after the domestic time change.

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after resetting the clock a few times and a soft reset the time seems to be sticking......

im guessing this is something to do with the us time change......
either way, thankyou htc/america for getting me to work an hour early.

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after resetting the clock a few times and a soft reset the time seems to be sticking......

im guessing this is something to do with the us time change......
either way, thankyou htc/america for getting me to work an hour early.
Same thing happend to me but I live in Sweden and got to work 2 hours early =)
 
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well at least im not the only one

time is now 3hrs ahead lol

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I am now back to Austria and f...... clock starts to jump again one hour forward.

Till yesterday have been in Cairo and it did not happen there for one week. Seems again a Europe problem
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ok thanks guys,, changing thread title to european time.
I believe the solution (for me anyway) lies in the homedst and autodst reg entries...... haven't cracked it yet though.

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got the same damn issue, i'm on GMT +2, the clock always jumps 2 hours ahead, though the internet syncro is off
 
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happened to me, seems to be ok now taht i have turned off the auto update for daylight saving
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Well I thought I'd cracked it........... 4hrs and all was well.............
then............ +4hrs a new personal best

Currently trying this reg tweak -
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The way to fix +1 hour is to disable NITZ service:
HKLM/Drivers/BuiltIn/RIL
NITZEnable = 0
TZEnabledAfterReboot = 0

I am not sure that the second value exists in custom or European roms - but it exists in OperatorPKG of Leo TMOUS (in my case).

Disabling NITZ you are to set up the local time manually but after reboots you will get no **** with clock settings any more.
Its the same as the gsm/umts fix posted in other threads except via the registry for people who dont have that option under phone settings.......
One hour in and all is well.......

Also found these cabs floating around.
The one from Dutty is the reg tweak above in cab form.

The DST Update is apparently an official microsoft release.
I cant confirm that I just found it on the forums.
I have opened up the cab though and it is a series of reg tweaks relating to the various settings for different timezones. Nothing malicious

Hope that helps someone.
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File Type: cab Duttythroy Winter Time fix.cab - [Click for QR Code] (957 Bytes, 219 views)
File Type: cab DST update.cab - [Click for QR Code] (35.4 KB, 227 views)

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yep same here, time keeps fluctuating through the day! really annoying, hopefully this'll fix it!

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