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    Exclamation [HELP] SMS TimeFix for 2.0.1 ???

    My iPhone is (again) showing the wrong timestamp in the SMS.app, which was fixed in 1.1.4 with SMS TimeFix from iPhones.ru (at repo http://www/iphones.ru/r).

    I have tried the following with no success:

    - Changed my GMT to Rabat, Morocco; put local time manually. Nothing.

    - Manually downloaded the smstimefix from the repo, put it in "/var/private/mobile/Library/SMS/"; and ran "./smstimefix -i" from Terminal (which reported "Killed", don't know what that means); Restarted. Nothing.

    - Lighted up some candles; indian danced around the phone; cried... NOTHING!

    - Wrote this post at the miraculous Hackintosh... :hack: We'll see...



    Anyone?



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    hi, i have the same issue, the russian timefix worked great on 1.1.4 but they havent updated their app for 2.0...i even sent them an email asking about it ...no response yet! hoping for a fix sooN!

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    Really?

    Everyone is in supported countries? No one with SMS Time trouble?

    Is there a fix for us in third-world countries with dumb-ass presidents creating a new time zone to fullfil their egomaniac, narcissistic needs?

    I.e. GMT: -4:30

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    try to turn off "automatically set time" in settings
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    Yeah. Thanks, I did try! See my OP.


 

 

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