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Samsung M300 and changing the time format?
Manual is useless, My google is weak, and I cant find it anywher in the menus.
How do I set the time to show 24 rather than this am/pm crap it is at the moment?
i don't think you can, it is supplied by the network? correct me if I am wrong.
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The time is set by the network, I just want to change the display of it to 24 hr like every other phone I have had has had a simple menu item to do.
Argh, apparantly its not possible to change it to 24hr time as "they dont use it in america where they make them for"
Guess thats what you get when you get a dead end technology handset targetted at the states.
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