1. mvar32's Avatar
    I just switched from the Treo 680 to the Curve 8310...When my Curve is turned off and I receive text messages during that time, when I turn my phone on...should the time stamp for the messages be when the message was sent (as it was in my Treo) or when I turn on my phone?
    01-21-08 04:30 PM
  2. emptydarkone's Avatar
    I believe it should be when the message was sent, but don't quote me on this.
    01-21-08 04:31 PM
  3. jgw6618's Avatar
    Why would you turn it off?
    01-21-08 06:07 PM
  4. mvar32's Avatar
    Well, I need to turn it off when I'm on an airplane.
    01-22-08 12:32 AM
  5. emptydarkone's Avatar
    You can just turn off the mobile network (data services). Options > Mobile Network > on/off. Then turn it back on when you get off the plane.
    01-22-08 01:10 AM
  6. mvar32's Avatar
    You're right...I haven't tried that.
    01-22-08 03:09 AM
  7. mvar32's Avatar
    Tried it, but it's still now working. I'm still getting my text messages times, not when they were sent, but whatever the time is when I turn my phone back on.
    01-26-08 03:28 AM
  8. Apollo_Creed's Avatar
    On my 7100i, I get the time it was sent after I turn mine back on. I normally turn mine off to charge it or when I'm asleep. It's not a bad idea to do a hard reset once or twice a week to keep it fresh. If you're around machinery or other computers all of the time it does have a tendency to bog down a little. That's just a little something to keep in mind.

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    01-26-08 02:13 PM
  9. brownieangel23's Avatar
    To answer your question, if you turn off your phone the incoming sms will be queued until you turn it back on, so yes it will show the time you received it opposed to the time it was sent.

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    01-26-08 02:23 PM
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