Evo 4g Texts with wrong timestampSupport


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  1. hogs23

    hogs23 New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Im recieving texts about half the time with wrong timestamp usualy about 5 hours fast, if i recieve it at 4pm it would say 9pm. anybody know how to fix this or what app to download? thanks
     

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  2. eye4ni

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    I have been having this problem as well.... but some of the texts were from friends across the country so I thought it had to do with a conflict with time stamps that might be embedded into the message or something...

    Now I gotta figure this out!
     
  3. lindseybee

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    Did anyone ever get an answer to this issue? I just got a brand new evo that has the same problem. 5 hours ahead, but I know the sender is in my time zone.

    I had an htc hero last year that did this and Sprint replaced it, but I'm hoping there's another answer!
     
  4. steveo24

    steveo24 Active Member

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    it happens to me whenever I'm in BFE and roaming. If you're roaming on a tower while sending or receiving a text, the time stamp is random.

    This happens every single time I'm at my friend's house who lives in the middle of nowhere with no sprint towers around. Hope that helps a little:D
     
  5. blckz28

    blckz28 Member

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    Yeah it only happens on mine when I roam. It didn't happen on my Palm Pre but did on my HTC Mogul before that. I ended up switching to Handcent on my Evo just to keep my texts in order.
     
  6. fanman01

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    It happens once in awhile. Usually just a few minutes off. I guess its what everyone is saying, roaming.
     
  7. warphead

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    on the incoming messages mine is consistently an hour fast. this is while i'm not roaming and the person is in the same town as me. i had to start using handcent so that everything would stay in order.
     
  8. maxart

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    Im in southern Indiana and people across town have a time stamp 1 hour in the future. drives me nuts.
     
  9. maxart

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    I just installed Handcent. Love it. It solved the time stamp issue. Thanks for the advice.
     
  10. hmeaders

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    This started happening to me yesterday. Any text I receive is 4 hours ahead of my time. I had the EVO since last June and never had the problem until yesterday. I roam inside the building I work in but have worked there since last May. Gonna go buy Sprint tomorrow to see what they say.
     
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    KENNECTED Well-Known Member

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    Have you done a battery pull then checked your date and time settings? Is it set to automatic?
     
  12. hmeaders

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    Yea, I pulled the battery and checked all of the settings, everything was right. I had the problem when I'm at the office (roaming). Didn't get by Sprint. I reset the phone to defaults, updated the PRL and then updated my profile. Haven't had a problem since that. I also have not reloaded any apps yet and my battery life has improved. Will start reloading apps that I need this weekend.

    Thanks for the input though!
     

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