I'm using the App ClockSync on a Android 7.0 device (Huawei P9 Plus) and on a Android 5.1 device (Huawei MediaPad M2) and I face two problems.
I'm synchronizing the time with ClockSync on my Huawei P9 Plus device. When I then restart the device, the clock has a local offset of around 76 seconds. Why is that? By the way the device is rooted (TWRP). This only happens when I restart the phone.
On my Huawei MediaPad M2 device the local offset of the clock (shown by ClockSync) increases over time. After one hour I have an offset of 1 second. How can I decrease this massive offset? Automatic time synchronization is no option because I'm recording sensor data and I don't want to have a sudden jump in the timestamps.
On the other hand on my Huawei P9 Plus device the offset is not monotonically increasing but just jumps around and is always lower than 1 second. Why is the local offset jumping around? I have disabled automatic time synchronization in ClockSync and also in the system settings.