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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 9623 1-Oct-2006 16:56
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Hope someone has had this problem before and may be able to help us out.

Son aged 12 bought a 2nd-hand Gtran GCP 4020 from Trademe.  Nice phone, goes well and he's happy.  However now that daylight savings has hit we have a problem that the guide doesn't answer.  How do you change the time??

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 47256 1-Oct-2006 17:06
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and actually if you've manged to disable the auto delivery message for txts we'd like that info too lol

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Reply # 47258 1-Oct-2006 17:53
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All you need to do is to power the phone off, then turn it on again and the network will update the time on the phone.

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 47304 1-Oct-2006 21:57
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thank you - after it came off the charger we saw it had updated itself. Do you know if you can alter the time manually? or disable the auto reply from telecom?

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  Reply # 47305 1-Oct-2006 22:08
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ChChNic, the time is set by the network in CDMA. This cannot be disabled and is important for making calls etc...



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  Reply # 47306 1-Oct-2006 22:09
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thanks we didnt know that! :)

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