How Do I Set the Correct Time

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Benoe Offline
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Hi! Is there any way to set up the time in Kodi running on a raspberry pi, if it doesn't connect to the internet? Is there any extension to set the exact date, time manually?
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(2015-04-10 19:28)Benoe Wrote:  Hi! Is there any way to set up the time in Kodi running on a raspberry pi, if it doesn't connect to the internet? Is there any extension to set the exact date, time manually?

That's really unrelated to this thread in the Mac OS X forum, but I'll answer your question anyways.

Yes, it is possible to manually set up the time, however, the Raspberry Pi doesn't have what is called a "real time clock" built in, which means that the time gets reset every time the Pi loses power. There are some solutions for this, but it would be better if you posted this question in the Raspberry Pi forum: http://forum.kodi.tv/forumdisplay.php?fid=166

You can make easy links to the Kodi Wiki Manual using double brackets around common Kodi words: [[debug log]] = debug log (wiki), [[Video library]] = Video library (wiki), [[SMB]] = SMB (wiki) , [[userdata]] = userdata (wiki), etc
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Back out of Kodi and go all the way back to MANAGE>SYSTEM>ADVANCED>DATE & TIME
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