brycenesbitt wrote:I'd pay good money to get the thing to stop asking the stupid question each time. It's silly among other things: was I giving permission for that drive? For all time? If I always answer "no", but one day my kid presses "yes", what does that do? Any one have pictures of pulling the modem's serial/power cables?
Note: it does appear that even with 2G gone, the network time is still setting the clock. It has some value if the clock setting keeps working...
That's another software coding in the NAV that you're stuck with. Answering Yes is just giving permission to share Telematics data with Nissan. It was changed for 2013 forward, so that it only asks once a month.
The time signal can be accessed from the cellular system, even without an active account. I can't remember the vendor, but I configured one of these boxes several years ago to act as a network time server. It is possible that you are getting time sync from the T-Mobile 2G signal.