Okay, this likely has nothing to do with DC but just in case I figured I'd ask. I'm not a big text guy. I got to text messaging really just two years ago and started a bit slowly. Now I'm sending hundreds in a month which is nothing compared to friends so please don't ridicule the ignorance here:
Last night my Droid ran out of battery as it does from time-to-time. I fell asleep watching TV at 10:30pm. I woke up at 5am and plugged the phone in. A few minutes after that it powered up and a minute or two later I hear a text message come through. It's a family member asking, "Are you up?". I look at the time stamp. "Sent 5:02am". Hmm, it's 5:03am now. Is this person up and noticed I was online (which I was, checking my morning e-mail)?
So I send a text back.
After a few more interactions I find they sent the text at 11pm and now I've woken them up and the entire exchange was surreal as I wasn't sure entirely if the messages that were new this morning were just more messages in a chain from last night.
Has this always been going on with Android? If so it seems like a HUGE failing. I spoke with the family member and they swear their iPhone, after powering up, always displays the time the text message was sent--not when it was received.
What's the facts with this situation and is it at all possible to fix?