One reader has experienced a problem with the arrival time on Mio C230. Even though I do not have this problem on mine, I thought this might benefit other Mio C230 owners.
Question: “I have a C230 that is set to Eastern Std time and the clock is correct but my Arrival Time is behind by 1 hour. For instance: The current time is 11:15. If I set a route that takes 30minutes, the arrival at your destination will say I will get there at 10:45.
Now this would be a great if I could actually get there an hour earlier than I left (Time Warp Continum kinda thing) but it is annoying when I look at the display and it is incorrect.”
Solution: “I got this answer from tech support at MIO. I wrote up the example below for Eastern Std Time zone.
To correct the Estimated Time of Arrival during Daylight Savings Time.
At Daylight Savings Time Begins:
1) Go to Tools/Language/SetDate&Time and set to GMT-5 Indiana (USA)
2) Tap the Satellite button then Time Sync. Uncheck Auto Correct and set the PNA: manually to the correct time.
At Daylight Savings Time Ends:
1) Go to Tools/Language/SetDate&Time and set to GMT-5 Eastern (USA)
2) Tap the Satellite button then Time Sync. Check Auto Correct and press the arrow between GPS and PNA to sync with the GPS.”
Thank you, Strike (Mike)!
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