SlimRoms' website has been experiencing technical difficulties for the last month or so, but it's good to know the team is working hard and is still on top of things. The SlimRoms GitHub repos are getting updated with some major changes showing up. Most notably, some projects are getting a new 5.1 branch: lp5.1! A new, revamped and open source website is also in the works, with a look inspired by material design. We also got a tip about an...
ClockSync – Synchronise Device Time via NTP
Does your Android device suffer clock lag or lead? Does your network operator not support time synchronisation via Network Identity and Time Zone? If so, then why not try out XDA forum member CrazyCoder‘s ClockSync app?
ClockSync synchronises your Android device time with the Atomic time using the Network Time Protocol (which is designed to synchronise computer clocks over a network) over your data or Wi-Fi connection.
The app can synchronise your device time automatically or manually.
Originally posted by CrazyCoder:
- Displays atomic reference time, system time, clock offset and current date or last synchronisation time
- Gets atomic time from the user specified NTP server
- Update offset by tapping on the Atomic time or Local offset values on the screen
- Tapping on the system time will synchronise the device clock with the Atomic clock
- Update/synchronise actions are also available from the application menu
- Automatic synchronisation on user specified interval (battery efficient!)
- Options to synchronise only via Wi-Fi or when device is already awake
- Optional haptic feedback when tapping on the active screen elements
- am/pm and 24-hour time display based on the system setting
- Compatible with Android 1.5 and higher version including FroYo(2.2)
ClockSync is available for free in the Market, or for information on where to download the apk directly, visit the application thread.
Want something on the XDA Portal? Send us a tip!
Wireless charging is becoming more and more common as many OEMs are now starting to include this feature in their flagships. There are already dozens of wireless chargers to choose from on the market today, but quality definitely varies. For those of you who charge your devices wirelessly, let us know which charger is your favorite and why.
ASUS has built a solid name over the years for their computer components, but in the last few years they have been expanding into the mobile market. With their Transformer series of tablets, their Padfone line, and being the tablet manufacturer for the Nexus 7 (as well as the 2013 version), they've solidified their place as a viable option in the mobile industry. In the 4th Quarter of 2014 they announced their ZenWatch, and at the beginning of 2015 they announced...