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riahon

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#43031 16-Oct-2009 06:13
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Hi

Since using my new device (touch pro2) I cant work out why my incoming texts are exactly 1 hour ahead eg I receive a text (as per the timestamp) at 7pm but it is only 6pm?

I tested this by sending a text to myself today at 6.11am and I received it instantly with a timestamp of 7.11am.

Anyone else having this problem?

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  #264183 16-Oct-2009 07:36
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You should be speaking to your service provider

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  #264196 16-Oct-2009 08:39

I'm having same issue on xt with my iPhone. It's weird as everything else is the correct time, even the time of txts on my bill is fine.

 
 
 
 


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  #264201 16-Oct-2009 08:44
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Fine here on my SE W705a. Check that your timezone and DST are set correctly on the phone.

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  #264209 16-Oct-2009 09:23
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Some phones try and compensate for daylight savings. Just put your time zone to +13GMT

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  #264210 16-Oct-2009 09:46
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This issue should be resolved at SMSC level

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  #264233 16-Oct-2009 11:59
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Same issue here on iphone 3gs... will check with smsc guys monday if it's not fixed by then




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  #264238 16-Oct-2009 12:13
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Same on my 3GS. I think it's only been doing this since NZDST began.

 
 
 
 


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  #264532 17-Oct-2009 12:57
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johnr: This issue should be resolved at SMSC level

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Yes it will be, a patch is being tested to ensure nothing else is affected.  ETA is end of Oct.
Nokia, WM and Iphones are affected.

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  #264541 17-Oct-2009 13:16
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Thanks - that saved a phone call.

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  #270749 6-Nov-2009 21:58
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has this been resolved yet? im still experiencing this issue, although it's only started recently.




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  #271149 9-Nov-2009 00:24
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I have been having this problem on my Nokia 6120 and now my iPhone. All my friends on XT with Nokias have the same problem and it has been happening for about a month. I can't beleave Telecom have not fixed this yet. Totally unacceptable in my opinion.

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  #271177 9-Nov-2009 08:51
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Its probably your settings mines works fine and I have every XT phone on the market. released and non. It was an issue but this should have been fixed, some phones will need to be updated and patched but this does not include Nokia 6120 or Iphone

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  #271182 9-Nov-2009 08:58
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ok touch pro 2 has wrong time stamp, will update soon

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  #271195 9-Nov-2009 09:40
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Hi the patch to resolve this was loaded into our SMSC last week for users south of Taupo, should be resolved for the rest Northland, this week once the final load is completed.



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  #271196 9-Nov-2009 09:52
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varix: Totally unacceptable in my opinion.

Totally unacceptable?

Why?







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