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Make sure the i Phone, i Pad, or i Pod touch is connected to the internet in some form, whether it’s wi-fi or a cellular connection.This is necessary to keep the device consistently updated to the most accurate date.I haven't found a single one that updates at the moment.I have several widgets that should update regularly: chats, weather, Google Fit, call logs etc; and none of them is updating.Attempting to w32tm /resync yields "The computer did not resync because no time data was available." We used to have a GPO that was applied to every device in the domain that would sync time with an older domain controller.When we decommissioned the domain controller we also disabled the GPO because it was no longer needed.
If you hibernate those apps then they won't be able to update because they are not running in the background Clear the cache and the data for the widget apps in the settings and also for the launcher you're using. But after a time the widget would probably crash or something (not visible though), and other widgets stopped too.But because there were some problems with applications I use daily, I reverted back to my old Android 6.0.1 build. Maybe something with battery optimizations or something?I don't have to mention to you that widgets that aren't updating are very annoying.Running the command w32tm /query /source on a Windows 7 client yields "Free-running System Clock".The clients in office B are syncing with the second domain controller at office B, which is not the PDC.