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Bigcohiba

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Oct 2, 2007
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Hi, I have been a long time reader of the forum, but this is my first post!

Have you been having trouble with the date and time today? My email and calendar started acting up today around lunchtime. It took me a few minutes to work it out, but the date had changes to June 29 and the time was off by about 5 and half hours. I change to manual settings for a quick fix. I then went back in and changed to Auto and the phone date and time again reset to some random date and time!

I assume this must be an ATT signal issue, but wondered if anyone else had the same problem today?

thanks
 

iPhone8801

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Sep 22, 2007
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Sorry, I think I should give more information:

The date and time changes when I connect the USB to my computer. My iTunes is the latest up to date version, and the iPhone has the current 1.1.1 update as well.

So once the connection commences with the iPhone the date always shoots back a week or two and throws the time off by several hours.

Now once I unplug the usb cable and restart the phone the date and time return to normal. The previous alarms on my calendar also ensue in a frenzy to catch up with the present date.


Weird.:sick:
 

Bigcohiba

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Oct 2, 2007
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Thats exactly the same issue I have, having just conducted a Sync. The date and time changes are so random, I cannot work out where the iPhone or iTunes is picking it up from!

I am using 1.1.1 and iTunes 7.4.3.1

Is it just the 2 of us having this issue?
 

mobilehavoc

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Jul 12, 2007
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Thats exactly the same issue I have, having just conducted a Sync. The date and time changes are so random, I cannot work out where the iPhone or iTunes is picking it up from!

I am using 1.1.1 and iTunes 7.4.3.1

Is it just the 2 of us having this issue?
I had this issue, "seemed" to have resolved it by just restarted my PC. Haven't had the issue since.
 

domi

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Aug 13, 2007
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i had the same issue last night when i synced up my iPhone. powered the phone on and off, and closed iTunes and brought it back up. resynced and it worked fine. running on 1.1.1.
 

spankbot

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Sep 6, 2007
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Sorry, I think I should give more information:

The date and time changes when I connect the USB to my computer. My iTunes is the latest up to date version, and the iPhone has the current 1.1.1 update as well.

So once the connection commences with the iPhone the date always shoots back a week or two and throws the time off by several hours.

Now once I unplug the usb cable and restart the phone the date and time return to normal. The previous alarms on my calendar also ensue in a frenzy to catch up with the present date.


Weird.:sick:

Sounds like the clock on your PC is messed up.