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froggyAK
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Re: Nook DLST Issue Solved - I Think

im in settings:where do i go to change the time? I just bought my nook. time is off, enen after I plugged it into computer? thanks

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gqb
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Re: Nook DLST Issue Solved - I Think

Go to Settings, then Display.  You'll then need to scroll on the scroll bar on the right to get to Time Zone.  Mine is set for GMT -06:00 Central Std Time and automatically set for daylight savings time (I do live in the central time zone).  If yours doesn't, then set it for the time zone that's east of you until DLST ends. 

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TomNM
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Registered: ‎04-05-2010
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Re: Nook DLST Issue Solved - I Think

Same here, except I didn't manually change mine.  I'm in Mountain time zone, my settings still show MST, and the clock is an hour off.

 

I've connected via both cell and WiFi, both at home and in Albuquerque, a number of times in the hope that perhaps it was just not getting correct connection to update the time.  No good.  I *could* set it to Central time and the clock would read correctly, but I'd rather the problem be solved.  Especially since it seems to be working in some fashion for others.  Until then, I'll just keep in mind that it's an hour off. 

 

 

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ProfReader
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Re: Nook DLST Issue Solved - I Think

Mine works fine in central time zone

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WizOfOz
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Registered: ‎04-06-2010
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Re: Nook DLST Issue Solved - I Think

I live in the Mountain Time Zone and today I noticed mine had the wrong time.  I had to manually change it to Central to get the time correct. What an oversight not to have a DST button on the Time Settings. I hope they correct this in the next update.

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