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Topic # 191672 12-Feb-2016 05:57
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Is anybody else seeing issues with the NITZ settings this morning? I've got two phones currently telling me it's 1749 on the 11th Feb. If I disable NITZ and set the correct time it reverts back when I re-enable NITZ which would seem to indicate a network issue sending GMG+1 rather than GMT+13 (NZDT)

 

Hopefully not too many people rely on their phone for an alarm if this is an actual network issue!

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1490849 12-Feb-2016 06:16
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I just seemingly confirmed this on two handsets. NITZ is sending the wrong timezone if you have auto timezone set on your phone. It's sending the timezone as CET rather than NZDT

 

 


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  Reply # 1490852 12-Feb-2016 06:48
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Working correctly here in Auckland.




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  Reply # 1490853 12-Feb-2016 06:52
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Hmmm. Maybe not. Is the handset required to cross to a new cell tower to get a NITZ update? Calling @johnr....




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