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Time setting is incorrect

I don't know how to resolve this problem and hope you do even though i think it's a manufacturer defect. The time on my phone is incorrect and has been for almost a year. The setting in my phone cannot take me to a menu where i can reset the time. It kind seems like a satelite connection that changes it all the time. What can i do or who can i call to speak to a person and not a recording.

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  • opai Oct 10, 2008

    Thanks for your suggestion in helping me. I did what you have instructed me to do, but in my intial set up under setting i don't have the Time and Date option. Any other suggestions?

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Go to settings - Initial Setup, and your top option is Time and Date. Select this option and the top item is the time (time zone date and date format below). Select that and it takes you to the screen where you can change the time.

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