Many people now rely on portable devices such as iPods to help them organize their daily lives. in addition to its primary function as a media player, the iPod can also keep track of your calendar and to-do lists, and it allows you to set multiple alarms to remind you of important events. In order for the time-related applications to function correctly, the iPod's clock must be set to the correct time and date. Setting the correct time is one of the first things you should do when setting up a new iPod for the first time.
Press the "Menu" button to enter the iPod's menu system.
Select "Date & Time" from the "Settings" menu option.
Select "Set the Time" to change the current time.
Adjust the displayed hour using the click wheel. When you have selected the correct hour, press the center of the click wheel to move to the "Minutes" setting.
Select the correct number of minutes, then press the center click wheel button again to set the new time.
- If you travel abroad with your iPod, you can change the time zone using the "Specify the time zone" option in the "Date & Time" settings. Select the correct location using the click wheel, and the current time is then automatically adjusted.
- You can also correct the iPod's time by syncing your iPod with the iTunes software on a computer.
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