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# 42422 5-Oct-2009 10:39
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Hi there

I am pretty certain that this issue has only occurred since daylight savings and also hopeful that someone can help me fix the problem.

A text comes in and it shows the time it came in as an hour ahead.

A fellow iPhone user has noticed the same problem - we have gone through our settings and everything appears to be right, IE: the right timezone etc.

Any ideas on how to sort this would be appreciated.


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  # 261354 5-Oct-2009 17:43
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Are you on XT or VF? I know XT were experiencing issues with the timestamps on some devices.

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  # 261365 5-Oct-2009 18:11
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Sorry for not mentioning it and I should know that would make a difference too. Yes, I am with XT.



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  # 261881 6-Oct-2009 22:47
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Im on XT and have the same problem with a 3gs

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  # 261955 7-Oct-2009 09:23
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Here's hoping XT fix this wee glitch up soon huh?

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  # 262512 8-Oct-2009 19:54
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Same problem with incoming texts on my 3GS on XT. Not a big deal really, but it would be nice for everything not to be an hour out :)

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  # 262522 8-Oct-2009 20:22
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Yeah, not a big deal and a guy from Telecom told me yesterday that it is the same with his non iPhone too so hopefully someone is doing something. *grin*

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  # 266260 22-Oct-2009 23:36
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Any news on this?
Its getting to be a bit annoying...


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  # 266261 22-Oct-2009 23:43
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NealR said in another thread there was a patch what will be applied towards the end of the month (and I can't remember what thread that was in now... too late:) )


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  # 266268 23-Oct-2009 00:28
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I've had the same thing, weird seeing text messages from the future. I thought there would have been some sanity checking in the iPhone code to put the current time the message was received if it was date-stamped in the future!

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  # 266288 23-Oct-2009 09:01
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I have a Windows Mobile device and get the same problem. Another Windows Mobile device seems ok. I think it's an on device problem. Where did NealR say there was a patch coming? Is it on the network side or the device side?

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  # 266297 23-Oct-2009 09:38
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I remember seeing Neal's post and I'm pretty sure that it's on the network side.

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  # 266526 24-Oct-2009 09:43
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via telecom twitter: Hi, there is a patch which will resolve this currently being tested to be deployed early november. ^JP

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  # 266527 24-Oct-2009 09:56

I have tweeted to @telecomnz many times to no reply. Really bloody annoying.

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  # 266531 24-Oct-2009 10:28
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freitasm: I have a Windows Mobile device and get the same problem. Another Windows Mobile device seems ok. I think it's an on device problem. Where did NealR say there was a patch coming? Is it on the network side or the device side?

The SMSC will be the issue as different devices are handled different

I can't remember what thread it was on but the INFO by Neal


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  # 270750 6-Nov-2009 22:00
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This issue been resolved yet?

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