EmuNAND showing wrong date and time

Discussion in '3DS - Homebrew Development and Emulators' started by z3ro, Jan 28, 2016.

  1. z3ro
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    z3ro Advanced Member

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    Alright, after a semi-exhaustive site wide and Google search, I've not seen this problem crop up yet.

    On my N3DS 3.2 beta ReiNAND 10.4.0.29U EmuNAND, the time/date seems to either slowly fall behind or just one day decides to just go wonky. I just had to reset it within the last ten or so minutes, as it was three days behind. Anyone else ever notice this little issue, and if so, have a solution? I mean, it's not a huge deal, but it's somewhat annoying.
     
  2. GalladeGuy

    GalladeGuy Freeze Kirby :3

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    Just set it to the right time...
     
  3. z3ro
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    Well... Yeah, I do that. After a few days, the time is wrong again. I guess I didn't explain it well enough. :/
     
  4. GalladeGuy

    GalladeGuy Freeze Kirby :3

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    The only thing I can think of is updating your emuNAND to 10.5. That might fix the problem.
     
  5. _v3

    _v3 GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Same thing happened with my emuNAND, doesn't bother me much even though I can see the impact it could have on games that need a correct clock (like Animal Crossing New Leaf)
     
  6. z3ro
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    Hmm... It's a little annoying, but I don't think I have any games that'll be negatively affected (except for the Pokemon games). Guess I'll just have to live with it if updating doesn't help. Thanks guys.
     
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  7. SirBeethoven

    SirBeethoven 3.145.... something. E=mc2

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    Reset it and tell me what time you reset it to. Then, tell me when it bugs out again and tell me what the bugged out time is. It might be because it's not your actual NAND and the 3ds isn't keeping track of your NAND whereas a fake NAND
     
  8. ketal

    ketal aiueo

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    Use the config menu from the devapps.cia pack to set the raw clock correctly
     
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