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nor_wester

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#2412 3-Oct-2004 12:14
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Hello fello Members,

I have 1 of these phones, and now day-light saving is upon us wish to change the time setting (ahead 1 hr). Am I able to do this without taking it into a Telecom outlet?

Cheers Lindsay

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johnr
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#9074 3-Oct-2004 12:28
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Of course you can, Go into the menu and change it on the phone. It cant be that hard. Try looking under settings or even try reading the hand book. Changing the time is not a Telecom issue.

nor_wester

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#9078 3-Oct-2004 14:16
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Thanks,

But been there, done that. Shows a lot of stuff, but nothing seems to point in the right direction. I wondered if it may be like some of the Kyocera Ph's where you can't actually do it via the ph.

 
 
 
 


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#9079 3-Oct-2004 14:43
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I tried to change the time on a Nokia 2280 this morning, and it kept on going back to the original time. I eventually figured out that there is a setting which sets the phone to syncronise its clock with the network. If you can find this setting on your gtran, try switching it off and you should then be able to set the time manually.

Otherwise, you phone might automatically adjust the clock for daylight savings as soon as Telecom adjust the clock at their end.

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#9080 3-Oct-2004 15:05
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Hi,
Have you tried sending a message or making a call, as this then co-ordinates the phone's time with the network.

Try that, or failing that turn off then back on ?

Charlynz

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#9104 4-Oct-2004 13:43

As soon as the phone has been switched off and then back on, it will have the correct time.

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#9107 4-Oct-2004 17:58
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Failing that, take the battery off to reset the phone

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