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Universal Inbox Time Stamps

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid 3' started by Sp3aK, Jul 20, 2011.

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    The time stamp for text messages in my universal inbox is showing up as 4 hours prior to the actual text being sent. Once I click the text to view it and it takes me to the text application it shows the correct time. If I go directly to the text messaging application it will also show the correct time.

    Brand new Droid 3, Android 2.3.4, running LauncherPro. I do have a dockbar activities short cut to go directly to the Universal Inbox. Normally you click MESSAGING -> UNIVERSAL INBOX.

    It hasn't seemed to make a difference no matter which way I get to the Universal Inbox. I've tried turning off Network Time and manually setting the clock.

    Wondering if anyone else has seen this problem.
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    I can confirm that I have seen this exact problem on my phone. I can't replicate the exact conditions yet. It was seemingly random. Will update when I can.

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    Well that sucks but at least im not the only one. I've stopped using the universal inbox for now. I don't think they've quite got it nailed like the blackberry does.

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