Cool concept. Promising. Good for on demand but not so good for background. Need more user settings for background sync such additional intervals a few times a day but not hourly, sync on user present wake only, trigger sync on passive GPS fix intent, etc. For background sync, I'm sticking with ClockSync.
Thank you Thank you for this. It could literally save someone or some thing. Very important app and one of the best. Better than Clocksync , small size, no bullsit advertising, no annoyance, no resource hogging background services. If you rate this less than 5 please stop using technology.
It gets the time from the GPS (bluetooth GPS via Mock Location), but it does not update the system clock, even it has ROOT grant. Instead, it shows a toast command that I don't completely remember. Something like "read t_ date -s t_" .. Any ideas? I will appreciate a lot if somebody knows. I guess the read command should be getting the gps time and passing it via a pipe to the date command. But the command is malformed. This happens both in a Android 6.0.1 (Mi3) and 4.4.2 (Beelink)
Useful App for Rally Timing. Would like simple graph tool to increment the offset to zero. I have the idea of what could work, but no programming skills to make it happen.
Works well My device is not rooted so I have to do the manual set. The combination of visual and audio clues is helpful. I set my device to within .06 second. Outside of scientific applications, how much more accurate does it need to be?
It's amazing!! Some people don't like it much as they haven't unlocked the full potential of this app as auto correction of time requires root permission. So first root and ur phone and grant root access to the app.
- Fix issue with Android 6.0
- Automatically switches to HTTP time source if NTP source is unreachable
- Added setting to remember last time source to turn it on at next startup
- Retains source choice after screen orientation change
- Fix NTP start delay
- Return old "time sync method"
- Fix crash on some devices.