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Re: Email time stamp
I recently had a problem similar to this when I went to Thailand. While in Thailand I changed my phone settings to not sync with the local towers so I could maintain a certain time. then when I returned home 30 days later, I forgot what I did to fix it. The solution was to go to Start, Settings, then scroll through More until you get to the Phone Settings Program. then choose F for clock and time zone. Change the setting from Automatic to Manual, or vice-versa if that will solve your problem. Then go to Start, Settings, More until you get to Regional Settings and make sure they are set how you want them. If that does not work, you need to contact your local provider for assistance on how they automatially set your time and date. Always remember to remove the battery and replace it to reset the phone just in case that helps. Good luck.
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The SMS Message Center Number is a phone number that acts as a gateway for transferring SMS messages between cellular devices. The number should be automatically set by the carrier.
To know where are these numbers stored, here is the way to locate it:
Launch the SMS application.
Access the Menu Launcher.
From the Options pulldown menu, select Preferences.
The SMS Message Center and SMS E-mail Center number should appear. If you do not see any numbers, it means your mobile service provider does not allow you to change these numbers.
Usually, you don't have to touch these numbers. If you suspect they are incorrect, contact your mobile service provider and ask them to send an Over The Air (OTA) message with the correct information in it.
Each carriers has different SMS Message Number.
Here are some of the provider's SMS Message Number :
+12099042010 (West Coast)
+17045020600 (East Coast)
Rogers Wireless (Canada):
Fido (Microcell - Canada):
I can help you with your Motorola Moto Q missing email menu problem.
What has most likely happened is that the firmware / system software of your phone has become corrupted. When this happens your phone will act erratically, freeze, or no longer finish (or even start) its boot sequence.
This is a very common situation with many phones; also with MP3 players, GPS devices and cameras.
The good news is that if you take your phone into your carrier's store, they can reflash it for you right there (if they have a competent tech handy.)
If you are comfortable with computers etc, you can also do it yourself. Your computer will communicate with and fix your phone, even though it doesn't seem to recognize it right now - I've seen this many many times.
My only warning for you is that if you are going to flash your phone yourself, you need to get the correct firmware from motorola's site for your carrier. I just downloaded the Verizon firmware as an example - Motorola's website has about ten different carrier firmwares for their MotoQ phone.
You might try using Motorola Phone Tools to retrieve your contacts to your PC. You should also be able to reset the device to default settings via Motorola Phone Tools.
Hope that works!
Look on pages 78-81 in the user manual. If you lost it, you can find it here. http://www.motorola.com.hk/eng/mot_product/a1200/MING_English_User_Manaul.pdf It explains in detail how to get pop3 email working.