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Discussion in 'Android Applications Discussions' started by jsh1120, Jul 10, 2010.
I wish it used WeatherUnderground.com to pull weather. Best weather service there is.
If you look on the google weather page it says that weather information IS provided by weather underground. Maybe if BW pulled the information directly from wunderground instead of via google
Good to know. That explains why it's so accurate when it's actually working!
I don't think it's an issue with BW or WU though.... I thought it was an issue with Google's API?
And yea, if they could pull from WU directly that would be ideal. I just downloaded another app that does pull directly from WU and it's working great... it's ugly as hell though and no widget.
Yes you are correct, it was an issue on googles part. (Which looks as if its cleared up)
Well I thought everything was working fine, but now it has stopped again. As of right now it is 3:17, but my phone says 3:11. But I think it isn't BW though. I also noticed that Handcent didn't show that I had a text, and my gmail notifier doesn't show the unread email I have sitting there. Now I am really confused!
The time problem is happening to me. I'm trying to see why. I did notice that when it's off the multimedia dock the time is OK.
UPDATE: I could get the problem to reoccur if I powered down and let it restart while still in the multimedia dock. The time on BW froze until I removed it from the dock.
I uninstalled and reinstalled BW.
Right now it is working, as are all the "mini" widgets.
It's using the default skin.
If I so much as touch the Configuration, it force closes, the clock freezes, and all the mini widgets freeze and become inactive.
Always been very accurate for me here in central Ohio.
This may also be because of the launcher you are using. As far as I know, the launcher is what is actually responsible for rendering widgets on the screen (someone correct me if I'm wrong).
My clock is off
I'm runningjrummys 509 with adw launcher and now my clock and weather are off
I always thought it was dead on, but maybe I just haven't been paying close enough attention. I'll try an experiment for a week. I'll compare it to WeatherBug and The Weather Channel and see what discrepancies I notice.
ever since I went to saphhire 2.2 it's been acting loopy. if I have geolocation checked off, the tempature notification won't show, nor will geolocation actually work. it was working fine when I was on 2.1, and the clean 2.2.