The nominal resolution is millisecond, however the accuracy is of the
order of a minute or so unless you root the phone and use NTP.
Standard Android time keeping is hopeless.
On May 30, 8:00 pm, Marcin Orlowski <webnet.andr...@gmail.com> wrote:
> assuming that you can get system time in millis, assume it is millis. it's
> irrelevant if hw clock is ticking in higher frequency or not.
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> On 30 May 2012 07:17, bob <b...@coolfone.comze.com> wrote:
> > What is the resolution of the system clock of a typical Android device?
> > (such as a Galaxy Tab)
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