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  Reply # 270922 7-Nov-2009 19:47
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On my E71 the time stamp is correct so it seems to have fixed it's self, so I guess it is.

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  Reply # 270931 7-Nov-2009 20:25
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Still not working for me. All inbound texts are an hour ahead. I texted myself and it's an hour ahead also ha!

Someone else suggested adjusting the time GMT+13 so I've done that now and all texts are time stamping correctly.




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  Reply # 270932 7-Nov-2009 20:45

Likewise. iPhone 3GS on XT. Silly Telecom....



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  Reply # 270937 7-Nov-2009 21:31
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Hi there

How do I change the GMT + 13? And if that changes, does that not affect the actual time showing on the phone?

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  Reply # 270941 7-Nov-2009 21:45
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Grr sorry guys, well i texted myself and it stamps correctly, but incoming from others still shows an hour ahead.. im stumped!

I've changed it back to GMT+12 for NZ.

AlessandraBrowne, not sure where to change that on the iPhone, but check your time settings.

I get some texts from Aussie, some time stamp correctly and some dont, no idea how the time gets set. When i get multiple texts, part 1 time stamps an hour ahead, part 2 follows immediately after at the correct time.

Argh!

I'll try some other things.




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  Reply # 270951 7-Nov-2009 22:45
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Hi Guys,

I've resolved the issue as far as Windows Mobile phones go. Found this fix, which requires an edit in the registry and it definitely now works for me :-) :-)

1) Goto HKLM/SOFTWARE/OEM/PhoneSetting
2) Add DWORD Value 'TrustTimeZoneField'
3) Set value = 0

As far as the resolving the issue for the iPhone on XT, I will continue to have a nosey around to see if there is an equivalent solution. Basically the registry edit tells the incoming SMS/text to be set at the same time zone as the phone it arrives on.




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  Reply # 271479 10-Nov-2009 00:47
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