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    Wrong Last Sync Time

    Immediately after I sync my contacts, the last sync time is displayed accurately in CompanionLink. However, after a few hours, the last sync time will change even though no new syncs have occurred. This has been happening for a while through many versions of DJO and CompanionLink. Anyone else notice this behavior? I'm currently running DJO (719) and CompanionLink (6044). Everything else is working pretty well for me, thankfully. I'll probably always want DJO to be more responsive.
    Mobile Device: OnePlus 5
    Android Version: 8.1
    DJO Version: 4.4.11 (build 1091)
    CompanionLink Build: 6048
    Syncing with: Outlook 2010
    Sync Method: DejaCloud Sync
    Android Contacts Sync Account: DejaOffice
    Computer OS: Windows 7 (64-Bit)

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    SJamie,

    I ran this by the developer. The last sync time is updated when there is a true sync; ie. something is going back and forth.

    Do you think maybe an alarm popped up, so an alarm status has changed? This would trigger a sync when an appointment moves from "has not rung" to "rung", even when you don't edit it.

    Wayland

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJOCTO View Post
    SJamie,

    I ran this by the developer. The last sync time is updated when there is a true sync; ie. something is going back and forth.

    Do you think maybe an alarm popped up, so an alarm status has changed? This would trigger a sync when an appointment moves from "has not rung" to "rung", even when you don't edit it.

    Wayland
    Alarm status shouldn't matter if I have DJO & CompanionLink set to "sync manually" right?
    Mobile Device: OnePlus 5
    Android Version: 8.1
    DJO Version: 4.4.11 (build 1091)
    CompanionLink Build: 6048
    Syncing with: Outlook 2010
    Sync Method: DejaCloud Sync
    Android Contacts Sync Account: DejaOffice
    Computer OS: Windows 7 (64-Bit)

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjamie View Post
    Alarm status shouldn't matter if I have DJO & CompanionLink set to "sync manually" right?
    What I'm referring to is that a change to an alarm status results in a modified record.

    So an event for today, at 2pm, has a status of "Alarm to ring".

    After the alarm rings, the status changes to "Alarm has rung".

    So even though YOU didn't change the record, the record has changed Status, and so will sync at the next opportunity.

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    Yes, that makes sense but I thought the last sync time in CompanionLink reflects the last time it actually synced with my phone and shouldn't it match the last sync time in DJO? In DJO, the last sync time does not change as frequently as it does in CompanionLink.
    Mobile Device: OnePlus 5
    Android Version: 8.1
    DJO Version: 4.4.11 (build 1091)
    CompanionLink Build: 6048
    Syncing with: Outlook 2010
    Sync Method: DejaCloud Sync
    Android Contacts Sync Account: DejaOffice
    Computer OS: Windows 7 (64-Bit)

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    I'll run it back by the developer. It may be an anomaly with Bluetooth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJOCTO View Post
    I'll run it back by the developer. It may be an anomaly with Bluetooth.
    Thank you! It seems like I'm the only person in this forum that uses Bluetooth.
    Mobile Device: OnePlus 5
    Android Version: 8.1
    DJO Version: 4.4.11 (build 1091)
    CompanionLink Build: 6048
    Syncing with: Outlook 2010
    Sync Method: DejaCloud Sync
    Android Contacts Sync Account: DejaOffice
    Computer OS: Windows 7 (64-Bit)

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