video problems after daylight savings

This is a discussion on video problems after daylight savings within the Nexus One Tech Issues / Bug Reports forums, part of the Nexus One category; Has anyone had this problem? So the time changed on its own, but for some reason when I woke up the time was as HR ...

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    video problems after daylight savings

    Has anyone had this problem? So the time changed on its own, but for some reason when I woke up the time was as HR foward. So I went to the settings to change it to the correct time, and played an video and it was all laggy and slow. So I changed it back to an HR ahead of the original time and it works perfectly. Think there's anything I can do to put the correct time and watch videos without it freezing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by freshkickz View Post
    Has anyone had this problem? So the time changed on its own, but for some reason when I woke up the time was as HR foward. So I went to the settings to change it to the correct time, and played an video and it was all laggy and slow. So I changed it back to an HR ahead of the original time and it works perfectly. Think there's anything I can do to put the correct time and watch videos without it freezing?
    Sounds like a coincidence, time change would have nothing to do with video playback.

    By the way the Nexus would have changed an hour forward on it's own (time stamp taken from carrier), not sure why you would have to change it manually.

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    Not had the video thing, but odd issues cropping up for daylight saving in the UK that's for sure. The Nexus doesn't seem to undertsand it very well, but I can't quite work out exactly what's going wrong.

    UPDATE: My Nexus hadn't spotted the DST change, even though I was set to London (GMT). I'd previously unset the automatic time, as that didn't seem to work either, though I did try turning this off and on a number of times in order to see if I could force it to work.

    Fixed it by setting my time to somewhere else, then switching it back. Had to hunt very hard to find the time to choose though (not under "UK", under "London") and sure enough it was there as a choice, now listing as BST not GMT.

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