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Support file last modified off by 8 hours on new SD card

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  1. airtas

    airtas Well-Known Member
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    Have a weird situation here. I have a Galaxy S7 Edge and I took my 64 gig memory card, moved all files to my MAC and then moved them to a 128 SD card.

    Everything was fine on the original card but now all photos in my gallery and bumped up by 8 hours.

    For example a picture with a 2PM last modified is now 10pm.

    What is even stranger is the SD card shows correct values in OSX, Windows and a different HTC Phone.

    Is the Windows modified label not the same on Android?
    Any idea what is going on?
     

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    Does this phone display the correct time? The symptoms you describe sound like it is set to a timezone 8 zones east of you.
     
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    Yes it does, could it have anything to do with the loading of the SD card and sim card at the same time?

    I just took this SD card and loaded it into another phone and everything looks good.
     
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    Update: I determined files moved using OSX are causing this issue.
    What is weird is OSX, Windows and my HTC Last modified date are correct but my Samsung is not.

    I moved the files using Windows instead of OSX and we are good.

    Any ideas what is happening?
     

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