Hey, I have a 2nd gen iPod Touch with iOS 4.2.1 (it's a model # PB531LL if that matters to anybody). About a week ago, I hadn't used it in like a month, month and a half, the battery went completely dead. I plugged it in, and it booted up just fine after it charged over night. Unfortunately I missed an appointment yesterday because I was relying on this thing's alarm clock, and I didn't realize the clock was completely and utterly WRONG. It's January something 1970 (where the UNIX clock starts), at whatever arbitrary hour since I started charging it passed 12am on 1/1/70. It is important to note that it is NOT forgetting the time, it is quite consistent with the time, just thinks its then...not now. Now obviously I can set the time, in the settings, and it'll probably work fine, but I don't want that, I want to sync it (call me anal, sure). According to what I've read via searches, it should sync the time automatically to the computer it's plugged into upon plugging it in - which it isn't - at all. I have both tried plugging it into iTunes 10.1.0.54 for Windows 7 Pro (x64) as well as 10.1 (54) on OS X (10.6.5). I do not sync anything (AT ALL) as far as apps, music, videos, etc. go. I did try hitting sync though (even though all media boxes are unchecked) in hopes that it syncs the time in there, but no such luck. Anybody know how I can get iTunes to set this clock?