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Resetting The Clock on a RAZR V3M

Discussion in 'Verizon Wireless Forum' started by Setosan, May 31, 2008.

  1. Setosan

    Setosan New Member

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    Alright, so I have a Motorola RAZR V3M with the firmware version of 24.1_01.19.07 and my clock/date on my phone says it's Monday May 26th/10:53 PM when it's Saturday May 31st/6:53 PM (EST)

    Does anyone know how to get the date/time correct again? I did a Master Reset, but that didn't do anything.
     
  2. RJB

    RJB Gold Senior Member
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    Strange it should auto update with the network. Sorry not sure what is going on sounds like your phone is getting bad.
     
  3. Setosan

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    That sounds like I should bring it into a Verizon Wireless store and they can fix it?

    Well, I sorta modded my phone, and I think that's why it messed up, but I guess I have no choice.
     
  4. M in LA

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    You can try to take it to a VZ store, but they may not do anything if they can tell you visibly modified the phone (voids the warranty). I'm not 100% sure of this, but it's worth a try.

    Have you manually reset the time and it still goes back to the wrong time? If this is the case, than you might have messed it up with the modifications.
     
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    I did the modding thing via Unlocking a Motorola Razr V3m from Verizon — My Piece of the Inter(.)net and I guess it was for an earlier version of the RAZR, and you can't manually change the time on this phone, it's pretty stupid. The only thing I did modding wise was get free ringtones, which I can delete without a problem.
     
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    If the mods you made wouldn't be obvious to a Verizon store rep, I'd go there and see what they could do. Just know going in there are no guarantees. It's worth a shot.
     
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    i had the same problem with my 24.1_01.19.07 v3m.

    i called customer support twice, and both times they had no idea what was wrong with my phone. after about 5 days the problem went away for me. you might just want to wait it out.

    another thing to try is updating your drivers by calling *228 from your RAZR. press the button for update roaming drivers (for me it was 2) and it should update your roaming drivers, which might fix it.
     

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