Change the Date and Time on Samsung Note 10.1

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Steps

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    The quickest way to change the date and time is to tap the Alarm application
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    The application is on the home screen in this video. We will see our alarm clocks and a digital and analog clocks to the left. In this video, the time is 12:41, and the date is Saturday, September 12.
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    To access and change the date and time, we tap the menu button while in the Alarm application
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    "Sort by recent", "Voice control", and "Date and time" will pop-up.
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    We tap "Date and time"
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    We are able to utilize our "Date and time" settings in "General" under "Device manager".
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    We can tap "Set date" to set the date
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    We can change the date and then tap "Set".
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    We can tap "Set time" to set the time
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    We click up or down arrows to move the time up or down and click "Set".
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    We can tap "Select time zone" to choose in which time zone we are
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    We can tap "Use 24-hour format" to choose the type of the format we would like to use
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    We can tap "Select date format"
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