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Topic # 79152 13-Mar-2011 21:43
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Hey so um my phone decided that it was the 22nd of febuary and that it was 2pm, when clearly its the 13 of march and its 9:42pm.

this tme was provided by the network and i had to manually set the time.

Anything wrong with the netwiork?

When can i change it back to network time? 





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  Reply # 448184 14-Mar-2011 12:18
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Hi

We've checked and tested both the 2G and 3G networks on a Nokia C7 and IDEOS, both updated time successfully.

PM me if you have any further probs.

Cheers
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