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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Doheny, Dec 17, 2009.

  1. Doheny

    Doheny Member
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    I think this has been posted before but I haven't found an answer yet. I'm using the one-day calender widget. When I have an all day event, it shows the wrong date. For instance, I have a all day event on the 18th; today is the 16th and it's showing the event as being tomorrow.

    Anyone else have this problem and find a fix yet?

    I'm affraid I'll show up at the wrong place a day early or a day late...

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  2. ryanc2

    ryanc2 Newbie

    Is the all-day event the next appointment in your calendar? I believe mine shows the next event - not necessarily the next day.
  3. thetomlin2

    thetomlin2 Guest

    If my next appointment is not today or tomorrow its says "No schedulued appointment" ... or something very similar. Its not very often I dont have anything scheduled for a couple days, I will check the next time it happens and see exactly what it says.
  4. Doheny

    Doheny Member
    Thread Starter

    Yes; mine shows the next appt...even if a couple of days away.
  5. dmsis

    dmsis Lurker

    Same issue here, I had an event scheduled on Sunday, and on Friday it showed the event as "tomorrow" in the widget. When you go to the calendar it is correct, just the widget is off.
  6. Nunley

    Nunley Member

    I've been having the same problem with incorrect dates. If I click on the event it will show the wrong date but only sometimes. It's annoying when I think I loose a whole day. I have enough problems thinking I've lost my mind!
  7. falexs

    falexs Member

    I've noticed that today. My brother's birth day is the 24th so I set that as an all day event w/ 2 notifications. One two days before, and the other a day before. I noticed that on todays notification (on the widget) it shows the date as being on the 23rd. The calender shows the 24th when opened.
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  8. brucelamond

    brucelamond Lurker

    Yeah, same issue here with the calendar notification saying an event is tomorrow where the calendar proper has it correct. I also found the same issue when you set someone's birthday in contacts it then displays it wrong by 1 day...

    Apart from that, loving our new droid eris's...!

  9. nekoki

    nekoki Well-Known Member

    My Eris showed that "tomorrow" was Christmas Eve on the smaller calendar widget on Dec 22. It was off by a day somehow even though the larger widget showed it being correct when the days were opened up...
  10. rswanson

    rswanson Newbie

    Any fix or word of a fix for this issue yet? Right now I am looking at an event on the single day calendar widget that says "Tomorrow" (Mar 8th) even though the event is scheduled for and showing on the calendar correctly as March 9th. It's an all day event. This occurs frequently enough that the calendar widget isn't usable....and since I talked my wife into using a Gmail account to do all of our planning I'm a little bent about it.
  11. zachjen

    zachjen Member

    Same problem here too. Very annoying. Anybody with the 2.1 leak still having this problem?
  12. dmsis

    dmsis Lurker

    Yes, same problem with rooted 2.1, and like 1.5 it is not consistent. Damn calendar woke me up at 4:00 am on the wrong day to remind me about a birthday that was the next day, and then didn't remind me about an important call on that day.....:mad:

    I can live with the annoying little widget being off, but when reminders are skipped or coming on the wrong day, well now it's a real problem.

    Still no fix I've found.......
  13. nycebo

    nycebo Android Enthusiast

    Same problem here too...STILL (on A droid X).
  14. Frisco

    Frisco =Luceat Lux Vestra=

    I remedied this issue by inputting the event manually as from one time until another time (sometimes 23 hours) instead of using the all day selection.
  15. SensationHK

    SensationHK Lurker

    very annoying problem. so far the only way i can find is to remove then add the widget again.
  16. RefManDan

    RefManDan Lurker

    Linked contact to Facebook displays the date on HTC-I2 as 1 day less. Facebook shows Dec 4, HTC shows Dec 3

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