Has anyone else noticed that all incoming sms messages have the wrong timestamp? I'm on a Rogers phone. I always just assumed no one set up there timezone but I can't believe that anymore. I wish it would just display the phones received time.
anyone notice in picture details that the timestamp is wrong? there are 2 timestamps in a pic, a 24hr one and a 12hr one. the 24hr one is correct but the 12hr one is delayed 5 hrs exactly. anyone know why this is or how it can be fixed?
Ive had the incredible since release day and within the last 2 weeks ive been having some texting issues. I will send a text to someone and a completely different person will recieve my text. It happened on my original Droid after a few months as well. Ive double checked everytime, and no im not accidentally choosing th wrong person. For instance if i send a text to Jenn (it has her name, her picture and number) but after being sent ill long press the message and it shows someone elses number. Verizon is not being very helpful and its starting to get annoying. Has anyone had this issue as well?
Anyone else having issues with texts going to the wrong person? I replied to some texts from my buddies and then my GF would reply back asking what i meant. I look through the text history and it appears it was sent to the correct person. Now i am scared to text anyone knowing that it could be sent to the wrong people.
And sometimes when i try to reply to a text it says i need to add a recipient.
I am thinking there is something wrong with the texting on this phone. I got my replacement phone yesterday and the same thing happened.
When i send a text out at say 8pm then it shows i sent a text at 8pm. Then if i recieve a text at 8:05pm it will say 9:35am. Not exactlly that time span but you know what i mean. I've tried to fix this but can't seem to figure out why? I got my phone last week and it's been doing this since day one.
So sometimes i receive a text and it will (for example) say its from matt when i know its actually from ian and if i just reply (to send back to ian) to it, it sends it to matt (who it thinks its from) not ian who actually sent it!
I have had my HTC Desire for 3 or 4 weeks now and I am determined to like it. I'm stuck with it for 24 months so I have to!! However, synching with my outlook contacts and calendar seems to be a very hit and miss affair. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't. I am running Vista 32 bit on a Vaio laptop with outlook 2003 (I hope to move to google apps soon but it feels like a big job to do it so i need enough time to work it all out). I downloaded HTC synch from the web but that didn't work so I used the version on my phone and that seemed to work better! I am using HTC Sync, version: 2.0.28. I always start HTC Synch first and then connect the phone. i select the synch option on the phone, but it usually fails to connect at that point. If I then a wait a little, and if I am lucky, it seems to connect itself and the Application installer icon pops up on the HTC Synch screen. then i can try again to synch. And sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't. This is a lot of messing about - i wish it would just work - is there anything i can do? Also, when i receive texts from kid's school or my bank, the phone seems to assign random names from my contacts list. How weird is that? Any ideas for a cure? I have also found that it can be extremely slow to load videos on youtube. at the weekend i was with someone who had a iphone on the same network in the same place and they had no problem. Grrrrr!! often when it fianlly gets the video and starts to play it it stops halfway through - data is obviously not coming through quickly enough. Is there anything i can do to help this. Finally I am very disappointed that it can't make phone calls as well as my old Nokia 6230. same place, same network, perfect on the old phone, dropping out and bad reception on the HTC. The old phone worked fine in the local supermarket, The HTC simply says NO NETWORK. Have i got a bad phone or is this typical?
I would like to read timestamp from sensorEvent. I read that timestamp is "The time in nanosecond at which the event happened ". So, if event_1 happened two seconds before event_2, timestamp_event_2 - timestamp_event_1 = 2 000 000 000 ? If I am right, I have a problem because I ask some details about the new event when timestamp_new_event - timestamp_old_event > 2 000 000 000 and it send information only one time in a minute...
I have the HTC Hero & am using the built-in messaging application.Is there a way to always display at what time messages arrive? For messages older than the current day, it just says "Yesterday", but I would prefer "Yesterday at 5:00 pm" or whatever.Even holding on the message and going to "View message details" still says "Sent: Yesterday" which is slightly infuriating.
Myself and 3 other friends in my town are all having the same issue with our EVO's.When we recieve a text message from anyone, the timestamp is always 1 hour ahead and therefore does not thread them correctly.My Time zone is set correctly and my date/time is correct everywhere else on my phone, only recieved text messages are 1 hour ahead.Called Sprint today and their only suggestion was to make sure I was up-to-date on my software which I am. Any other ideas?
With the default messaging system in droid it timestamps all messages, both sent and received. With Handcent SMS it only appears to be time stamping the messages I send and not the ones I received. I am on the Motorola Droid and have the newest version of Handcent SMS.
Anyone have any idea how I would go about converting a timestamp in milliseconds from 1970 (from android's System.currentTimeMillis();) to a UNIX timestamp? It need only be accurate to the day.I figure I could divide by 1000 to get seconds, and then divide by 86 400 (number of seconds in a day) to get the # of days. But I'm not sure where to go from there.
I've had my E4GT since February and have noticed that the timestamp on my messages are for when my phone receives them. On precious phones, namely my palm pre, the timestamp was always when it was sent. Whose issue is this, sprint or Android? I'd much prefer to know what time it was sent. If my phone is off and I turn it on at 5pm, I want to know that the message was sent at 434pm.
I have an unlocked Captivate running on the Rogers network. Whenever I receive a text message it is timestamped for 4 hours earlier. If I receive a text at 8pm, it would show up as received at 4pm. I was wondering if anyone else has the same problem as well. If so, are there any potential fixes?
I'm a Verizon user in the US Pacific time zone (GMT-8) and ever since daylight saving ended yesterday, I've had a glitch on my incoming message non-Verizon timestamps...they come in as GMT. I just received one at 1:42pm and it says 5:42am. This has been happening all day yesterday and today on messages sent from non-Verizon customers but the ones from my Verizon-using wife are just fine. I can't find any way to fix it in the software itself.
I'm new to the root scene, and have been messing around with different ROMs, but have noticed on two different ROMs (frankenrom & virtuous) that when I receive text messages, the time stamp on them is incorrect. My account was set up in Illinois, but I'm now in Delaware. When I send a text it stamps at Eastern time, however when I receive a text, it comes through at Central time. This causes my texts to become unorganized and I have to scroll up in stock messenger (prefer this over Handcent or chomp) to read my new message. Any ideas? It was fine before I flashed any ROMs but now its really bothering me.
After upgrading to rooted 2.2, I noticed that if I receive a text message at 10:18, it shows that I got it at 6:18 when I pull down the notification bar. When I click on it and go into text messages it shows the correct time though. Anyone else experience this? It's these minor things that are frustrating to me.
Since accepting the Gingerbread update, I have noticed that the Recent Calls feature of the Dialer now only shows timestamps in reference to the current time rather than the time the call occurred. Calls now show timestamps in the format of 1 hour ago or yesterday rather than displaying the actual time of the call.
My dev phone has a stock bootloader. while upgrading to the official signed-dream_devphone-img-147201.zip image I suddenly received the message a ota update arrived and i accepted it. How wrong i was! Now i have a phone with the bootloader with hboot-0.95.0000 in stead of the 0.95.3000. Strange thing is it still has the test keys. Is there any way to correct this? I see guides for rooting your standard G1 everywhere but i expect that i can't install these images due to the test keys on my device.
This is an alarming bug, and for all I know it may affect me regularly.I use the standard HTC "Messages" sms app, and I'm on Froyo (but think that's irrelevant)Just today I was exchanging smses with person A, then decided to send one to person B. Person A then asked why I'd sent them a confusing sms. It was the one for Person B, Here's the kicker ... the sms that went to the wrong place, still appears in the correct person's message thread. ie it appears in the list of person B's messages, instead of person A who actually received it When I select the details of the sms, it shows the number of the person it actually went to, and no that number's not on the contact details of both people.This is pretty crappy. Some of the smses I send are quite personal, some are quite formal. I can't have them going to the wrong people, it might cause severe issuesAlthough I can't find anything about this on the HTC Desire forum, there are posts about on other Android forums going back to earlier in the year!This is a sneaky issue. How do *you* know all your messages have gone to the right people? You only find out if people tell you.
I have just root'et my magic (not for the first time) and everything went according to plan, i uploaded the update-zip file to my sd card, and went in to the update menu (or what its called) and pressed apply update, and after the phone was updated, i pressed reboot. And here starts the trouble: the phone just locks at the HTC Magic screen, its keeps showing that screen for a very long time, and nothing else happens, so i need some help to "wake up" my phone again.I cant find my phone in SDK when i use the "adb devices" command.If i try and use the [Home+Power on] command, i get a screen with a phone and a triangular sign with a "!" above the phone. Can anyone help me? what should i do?
I obtained my HTC Legend a few days ago and it seems to have some messed up dates/times. I was wondering where this problem is being caused. My situation: Settings -> Date & Time. This is where I first noticed something odd. It appears to be using the wrong GMT for a certain location. Best example I can give u is: Greenwich Mean Time (London) GMT+1:00. As far as I know London has GMT 0? This keeps adding up which puts my timezone (GMT+1:00 Brussels) to GMT+2:00. But- the time/date/day on my phone in general shows correct (Clock and such). Contact list -> Birth date. Here I noticed the next odd thing. It shows the correct date (for ex: 9th May 2010) but it will show the wrong day (in this case it shows Saturday, instead of Sunday). This is only in my contact list. When I check the Calendar application it shows the correct day for that date.
I reply to an SMS, the message will go to someone else in my current conversations list. If I look at the thread, it shows the correct recipient, but it is def not going to the right person. This has happened to me 3 times in the past 2 weeks. It could be a really big problem if you are texting personal/private/sensitive information. I use the app: SMS popup. I wonder if this could be the issue.