Question about Motorola Mobility Moto Q
I have tried everything possible, and Motorola couldn't even help me.
My phone seemes to be set to West Coast. I have gone in the clock settings and set it to east coast time but everytime I get an email, it is three to four hours behind. This is very annoying.
Sprint, Motorola, and Hotmail are baffled. I wish someone could help because I really like the phone.
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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