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Topic # 97490 15-Feb-2012 16:33 Send private message

Hi All,

I'm trying to troubleshoot an annoying issue with my Nokia 2700c (a sh**y little phone which I despise!)

Even if it received an SMS at 16:20, when I scroll to the bottom of the SMS during viewing, it reports it as being received at 15:20.

I've tried changing the GMT settings, but this makes no difference.   Also a factory reset of the settings has been performed, which made no difference.

Has anyone else come across this that can offer suggestions?  Am I missing a setting somewhere?

Thanks,

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  Reply # 581953 15-Feb-2012 17:06 Send private message

Update the handset firmware






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  Reply # 581961 15-Feb-2012 17:21 Send private message

Hi John

Is there a way to do this over GPRS direct on the phone?

I don't have a cable to connect to a PC

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  Reply # 581966 15-Feb-2012 17:34 Send private message

ZollyMonsta: Hi John

Is there a way to do this over GPRS direct on the phone?

I don't have a cable to connect to a PC


No the handset does not support OTA updates




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