Homebrew Suggestion Time syncing app/sysmodule for "offline" Switch

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I'm surprised there isn't such a thing yet.
For those blocking Nintendo's servers for any reasons, such a piece of software would come in handy.
Especially for L4T Linux users as it desyncs the time.
If it's a homebrew, on first launch one could pick a time zone (or determine it by IP?) and then there should be an option

quick sync and exit

that, if checked, causes the homebrew when launched from hbmenu to quickly sync the clock automatically (depending on the set time zone) and instantly close back to hbmenu so it's a fast tap after each console boot. :)
 
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Does anyone have a compiled version of this?
https://github.com/thedax/NX-ntpc/releases
releases lol
I'm surprised there isn't such a thing yet.
For those blocking Nintendo's servers for any reasons, such a piece of software would come in handy.
Especially for L4T Linux users as it desyncs the time.
If it's a homebrew, on first launch one could pick a time zone (or determine it by IP?) and then there should be an option

quick sync and exit

that, if checked, causes the homebrew when launched from hbmenu to quickly sync the clock automatically (depending on the set time zone) and instantly close back to hbmenu so it's a fast tap after each console boot. :)
Would be handy
I use l4t quite a lot and its a pain to have to sync the clock back up
 

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This thing seems to be better than I thought. Once applied, it automatically seems to sync on every boot so it's the perfect solution for every L4T (and Android?) user.
Maybe this should be put as an advice in the Ubuntu thread as well @bylaws :)
 

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