Computer clock not updating dst
When I tap on "location" (which is correctly set to my city) the app gives me an error message that reads "please connect locally to change your location." I tried this from home, so I was on the local network at the time. There's gotta be tons of people with this same issue.
If you don't synchronize your system clock with a time server, your clock will most likely miss the real time for one or two hours, even if you set your time zone and everything correctly.
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This morning I noticed that the lights which should have been on at the time had been already turned off.
The app is a bit shoddy, so the lack of this feature doesn't really surprise me.
Has anyone else noticed that their Hub has the wrong DST start / end date?
Consult your system’s owner’s manual for details on how to adjust DST settings (if applicable).
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Is it picking up on your correct location automatically, or did you need to change it manually?