Question about Cell Phones
It should, but it is not uncommon for cell phones not to do it while turned on. This does not mean it is broken. You can force it to reacquire the time by turning it off and turning it back on. This will cause the phone to request the local time from the cell carrier when it looks for a signal.
Posted on Mar 14, 2011
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