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I am sorry for the wrong information given in my earlier post. The clock in Singapore is not four hours ahead but eight hours behind - meaning that it is displaying GMT.
Bose, please fix this aSAP.
btw, i feel that this is the worst firmware update ever. my bose speaker 500 was working just fine before this upgrade. after the firmware upgrade,
- the wifi network is not stable and keep reconnectiong on and off again and again
- the clock always show incorrect time zone (i believe it's gmt) - no matter how many hard reset I have done
Hi Arthit Thongcharoen
Thanks for writing in! Sorry to hear this is happening on your system as well. We do have a ticket in with development and they are working on finding the root cause of this issue. We'll be sure to update the Community as soon as we hear anything.
Nov 20, 2018
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Oct 31, 2018
Far be it from me to know the complexity of your code, but this appears to be a basic presentation issue - the clock is displaying UTC without applying a TZ associated with the locale.
Hopefully your developers have verified that the locale's TZ is indeed being used for format the clock output. If that is the case, then it would appear that the TZ is not being correctly received/interpreted from the mobile device to the 500.
It doesn't seem like a big deal, and indeed arguably a neater implementation, to have the user be able to select the timezone they wish their clock to display using the app. Apologies if i've got this wrong but this is just taking way too long to resolve.