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11th January 2019, 07:09 PM #1
Time sync issue
I have a Go 720, which I've updated to NavCore 9.051 and now thanks to this site I have the latest 1020 UK map. However, when I sync the time to GPS time, it doesn't set the correct time. It's a UK device, I'm in the UK, it shows the correct UTC time from the GPS when I'm in the GPS Status screen, but when I click "sync", it's the wrong time. I tried it just now, the UTC time was 12:36, but it sets my device time to 13:36.
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Is there something I can change? I've had a run through the settings screens but can't find a time zone, though part of me would think it would figure out what time zone I'm in, as I have a decent GPS fix. It knows I'm not in Summer Time from the date. I had a look in "ttgo.bif" in case there was a time zone, but there isn't. I'm sure last time I tried this (on 1015 maps) it was about 7 hours out, rather than just one. I'm sure it didn't do this on earlier maps, but not totally certain.
Any ideas?grumbleweed Reviewed by grumbleweed on . Time sync issue I have a Go 720, which I've updated to NavCore 9.051 and now thanks to this site I have the latest 1020 UK map. However, when I sync the time to GPS time, it doesn't set the correct time. It's a UK device, I'm in the UK, it shows the correct UTC time from the GPS when I'm in the GPS Status screen, but when I click "sync", it's the wrong time. I tried it just now, the UTC time was 12:36, but it sets my device time to 13:36. Is there something I can change? I've had a run through the settings Rating: 5
11th January 2019, 10:02 PM #2Administrator
For me it's the only easy solution, set the right time yourself, problem solved.
12th January 2019, 12:47 AM #3
A fair point, it just seems a little strange. In any case it turns out that I can put a much later Navcore on it (I was thinking that when people write 9.510, it's a typo for 9.051...) so I've downloaded the updater to see if that makes any difference.
12th January 2019, 01:26 AM #4Administrator
I'm using already a long time 9.510 and I'm quite satisfied with it, but have to set the clock by hand via the menu
12th January 2019, 01:28 AM #5
It's not a big thing. I'll do the update anyway as it might do something better than the 9.051 I have now. I'm still running on an old battery that forgets everything after a very short time, still haven't got around to replacing it, so it needs setting more often for me.
12th January 2019, 01:45 AM #6Administrator
They cost nearly around € 10
I'm not sure if the 720 have a reset button ?
If so and when you won't use it in a very shortl time, switch the device off using that reset button.
Switching off with the normal button, a small part is still consuming some power despite it's switcehd off, because your device will wake up as soon the power is back.
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15th January 2019, 07:19 PM #8
I did have a look at that thread, wasn't too clear about whether it would help or not, but I'll have another look, thanks.
@pe1agp, yes, it does have a reset button. I am not surprised it leaves stuff running when "off", though it's usually dead enough after a day or two that the next power-up has the appearance of a cold boot, location set back to London. I will get around to a new battery, sometime.
I'll try a Navcore update to one of these newer versions and see what happens. I was looking for a spare SD card to put it on rather than using the one in the machine now (the internal memory gave up, and searching for a solution is what led me, indirectly, to this site), but none of my local second-hand shops have anything as small as a 2Gb card, much less the 512Mb that is all that I need.
16th January 2019, 12:21 AM #9TomTom Master
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16th January 2019, 01:23 AM #10
Yes, fair point, just seems wasteful to stick a 4Gb+ card in there with a map of around 500Mb. I do recall reading something about different bootloaders for SDHC support, but I've never (knowingly) updated mine as there was no need.