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how do I fix my hudl's clock?


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#1 Izzye

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Posted 06 November 2014 - 03:38 AM

I recently bought a Hudl 2 and it's been fantastic up until last night when I noticed the time was an hour out. The time zone was correct so I thought maybe it didn't know about daylight saving hours and set it manually. This morning when I woke it up the clock was 2 and a bit hours out, went in and took it off manual, put it back on automatic, it's definitely set to GMT but now it's 3 hours out. Anyone got any idea what could be causing this and how to fix it?

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Posted 06 November 2014 - 09:37 AM

Everything I'm reading about time issues say, if you've got the right settings and it's still not working properly, contact support.

http://public.hudl.com/support/

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