One more question:
My time is clearly set on the right timezone (-03:30 GMT) as it matches the time on every other clock in my house (Now 11:08). However, I receive text messages that I know were JUST sent, and the time displayed on them is an hour and a half earlier (i.e. I just received a text message that said it was 9:30 AM, when it was really 11:00 AM).
How do I fix this?
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Based on your timezone I'd guess you're somewhere in the extreme east of Canada (Newfoundland maybe?). The hour and a half difference *may* be due to a timestamp being applied by your network operator: if you are in E Canada and your phone is on either Telus or Koodo (both of whom are based in Toronto which is GMT -5:00), the 1:30 discrepancy is at least consistent. We have noted some instances of text messages sent by customers in Canada having an incorrect time stamp (an issue which Telus/Koodo themselves are in the process of rectifying).
If all my guesswork is hopelessly wide of the mark, please let me know. If it's right, the problem should resolve itself shortly.