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# 90605 25-Sep-2011 10:37
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Is it me, or have the 2d SMS servers jumped forward TWO hours instead of one for DST?

It's 10:30 and texts I receive are timestamped 11:30.

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  # 525516 25-Sep-2011 10:40
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Have you checked the time zone on your handset time and date settings?

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  # 525522 25-Sep-2011 11:19
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As John said, check the time zone - handset timzone settings and DST settings issues comeup twice a year.... it's always the handset causing it

 
 
 
 


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  # 525566 25-Sep-2011 16:29
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I have two devices; both are displaying the date and time correctly and have been hard rebooted. They both show messages received as an hour later than messages sent. What should I check settins-wise?

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  # 525583 25-Sep-2011 17:25
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I've noticed this on an iPhone and a HTC running Android, on 2degrees and Vodafone respectively. Both are displaying the time correctly. I'm thinking not a problem with the phones' time settings?

Edit: Actually the phones showing the incorrect times are older models- could just be that their software is a bit out of date. 

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  # 525584 25-Sep-2011 17:27
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1080p: I have two devices; both are displaying the date and time correctly and have been hard rebooted. They both show messages received as an hour later than messages sent. What should I check settins-wise?


Make sure they have the latest firmware / software

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  # 525606 25-Sep-2011 18:52
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Havign the same problem here on 2degrees /HTC desire.




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  # 525652 25-Sep-2011 22:03
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try turning off auto network update of time and date and ensure that" NZ daylight saving" is the selected time zone. (GMT+13 at the moment).
Then turn back on the network auto update

 
 
 
 


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Master Geek


  # 525734 26-Sep-2011 12:16
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Having the same issue here with a HTC Sensation. SMS time stamps being a hour ahead.

All my time settings are correct and phone auto-updated to show the correct time. Tried all the suggestions here but no luck.

Thought it may have been my Go SMS Pro app fudging things up, however I have checked the native android sms app and the time stamps are incorrect in that also.


Update:

Just asked around a few people with varying levels of phones (basic candy bar Nokia's to high end smartphones) and they currently have the same issue with the timestamps.

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  # 525783 26-Sep-2011 13:21
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I think it must be a 2Degrees thing, it's affecting me an my Fiance's HTC ensations and my mum's SGS is also being affected. It is very annoying. 




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  # 525814 26-Sep-2011 14:21
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Having this issure on iPhone 4 on 2 Degrees. Friend on iPhone 3gs on 2 degrees is fine. Any ideas?

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  # 525906 26-Sep-2011 17:15
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Hi all,

Just heard back from our technical team, and we'll be deploying a patch tonight to rectify this. Sorry about the confusion!

^MD 

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  # 528728 3-Oct-2011 21:15
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2DegreesCare: Hi all,

Just heard back from our technical team, and we'll be deploying a patch tonight to rectify this. Sorry about the confusion!

^MD 


I wasn't confused, not at first, I knew it was a carrier issue until someone else said above "it's always the handsets"... :P

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