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Angela2932ND
Posts: 82
Registered: ‎11-28-2009
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Setting the time on the nook

I have wi-fi connectivity on my nook, but it's claiming to be about an hour and half earlier than it is. I can't seem to find any way to set the clock correctly. Is there a way to do this? (I also can't seem to get it registered). I've updated to the new software.

 

Thanks.

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icebike
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Registered: ‎11-30-2009
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Re: Setting the time on the nook

Time is set via the Wireless (cellular) network.  As soon as it gets a connection to any AT&T cell tower your time will get set automatically. Make sure airplane mode is off.

 

The fact that you are having trouble registering suggests you live in an AT&T fringe area.  Look on AT&T's coverage map http://www.wireless.att.com/coverageviewer/#?type=data to find the closest area with strong AT&T coverage.  If you are lucky it will be close.

 

You don't need 3G coverage, just plain old EDGE (GSM Cellular) coverage from AT&T.