Manually set date and time
If your device is connected to a cellular carrier, the date and time should automatically get set based on information retrieved from that connection. However, if you are only connected go a Wi-Fi network or not connected to any network at all, there is a good chance that your device may "lose time" resulting in the date and time to no longer be correct. While this may sound like just an annoyance, it can actually affect how certain apps work, even preventing you from logging in or authorizing cloud services or email.
To manually set your date or time:
- Not surprisingly, you just need to open up the "Date & Time" app on your phone or TouchPad and turn "Network time" to off.
- Then, just set the date and time.
- If you want to turn "Network time" back on, just flip the switch to "On". However, you may then need to cycle Airplane mode on and off to force the device to establish a network connection and reset the time.
If you want to force the device's time from continually sync, regardless of your network connection (although a Wi-Fi connection is required), you can download and run Clock Sync from the official App Catalog. This is a free app by content754 that is available for any webOS device that has App Catalog access.