Leading Zero on 12-hour time

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  1. Neo-Tech

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    Hello,

    I am in the UK with a black 8GB iPhone 3G on the O2 network. I am currently trying to get rid of a leading zero, what I mean by a leading zero is this:
    Time with leading zero: 09:20PM
    Time without leading zero: 9:20PM
    I know this can be achieved by selecting the New Zealand region in the Settings, but it affects Safari by changing Google to NZ. I have looked through many plist files today and found nothing which would be relevant to this issue.

    All help is appreciated
    Neo-Tech
     
  2. iphonewarrior

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    why?

    lol. i'm from the uk and i can honestly say this has never bothered me :)
     
  3. Neo-Tech

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    It just doesn't look as good and I get more space :p
     
  4. styfle

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    Wait, so you're saying that the time on the phone is displayed as 09:30 instead of 9:30?
     
  5. Neo-Tech

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    Yep.
    10 letters
     
  6. iphonewarrior

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    i'll do a little research, you've got me interested! even though i think it's utterly pointless lol
     
  7. Neo-Tech

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    Thanks mate, do keep me updated, as I have gone through so many Plists, I don't know how many :p. Thanks again
     
  8. iphonewarrior

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    Where abouts in the UK u from?
     
  9. Neo-Tech

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    West Yorkshire, near Leeds/Bradford.
     
  10. iphonewarrior

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    happy days, nice to have more british people on here. I'm probably thinking there is an app or something that is already available for things like this. I know MIM (MakeItMine) lets you change your 'banner' as in your o2 carrier logo and you can totally get rid of the time, but... thats not what were after. i'll have a look around and see what i can find out
     
  11. Neo-Tech

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    Ok, thanks a bunch.
     
  12. iphonewarrior

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    there's a few video's on youtube, i'll check em out later on. Gotta work :(
     
  13. Neo-Tech

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    <Link me please!
     
  14. Neo-Tech

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    Any updates?
     
  15. iphonewarrior

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    Still looking (honest)
     
  16. Hawk

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    I think i remember this as a bug a couple firmware versions ago. Change the time to 24 hour time, reboot, and then change it back. See if that helps
     
  17. partizan

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    I'm on Rogers in Canada, and for me I just changed the clock to 24hr clock and set my time zone to Toronto. Works fine.
     
  18. Neo-Tech

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    It's not a bug, I already tired that so many times.
    @partizan, I think it's different for the UK.
     
  19. Neo-Tech

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    Bumpy bumpy.
     
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    Any new updates on this yet?
     

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