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Setting of time

Sir i have problem about nokia 128
that the display wath is not in format of 24 hours

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Go to menu þ settings þ time setting þ time format 12hrs

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Step 1: Go to settings

Step 2: Move to Time Settings

Step 3: Select Clock, scroll to Time Format and Select 24 hours

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Posted on Aug 20, 2009

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