Re: qtMoko getting bad Network Time

2015-01-18 Thread EdorFaus
On 01/08/2015 02:37 AM, Jorge wrote: Wait... If I apply to the calue 136 the code from https://github.com/freesmartphone/cornucopia/blob/master/fsogsmd/src/lib/consts.vala#L975 I get -120 minutes, which is Ok: --- public int ctzvToTimeZone( int ctzv ) //

Re: qtMoko getting bad Network Time

2015-01-07 Thread Christ van Willegen
Hi, On Wed, Jan 7, 2015 at 4:08 AM, Paul Wise pa...@bonedaddy.net wrote: The log confirms that QtMoko is definitely looking for the GMT-34 timezone. Looking at the QtMoko source code, +CTZV is an Unsolicited result code for time zone change events. Your operator's CTZV value is 136. I also

Re: qtMoko getting bad Network Time

2015-01-07 Thread Jorge
Wait... If I apply to the calue 136 the code from https://github.com/freesmartphone/cornucopia/blob/master/fsogsmd/src/lib/consts.vala#L975 I get -120 minutes, which is Ok: --- public int ctzvToTimeZone( int ctzv ) // ctzv = 136 { var bcd1 = ( ctzv / 0x10 );

Re: qtMoko getting bad Network Time

2015-01-07 Thread Jorge
Thanks. I've found this wording for the time zone info [1][2]: (indicates the difference, expressed in quarters of an hour, between the local time and GMT; range -96...+96) So, a value of 136 would not be valid. I'll try to track this one. Jorge [1]

Re: qtMoko getting bad Network Time

2015-01-06 Thread Jorge
Thanks for the confirmation. A question, can you confirm that the session excerpt is the one of interest, and it actually says the provider is giving the +34 time zone? That would be strange, being the biggest celular provider around here. With my Nokia dumbphone I've never seen something like

Re: qtMoko getting bad Network Time

2015-01-06 Thread Paul Wise
On Wed, Jan 7, 2015 at 8:51 AM, Jorge wrote: Thanks for the confirmation. A question, can you confirm that the session excerpt is the one of interest, and it actually says the provider is giving the +34 time zone? That would be strange, being the biggest celular provider around here. With my

Re: qtMoko getting bad Network Time

2015-01-05 Thread Paul Wise
On Mon, Jan 5, 2015 at 2:15 AM, Jorge wrote: I have a correctly set time timezone (America/Montevideo), and when my qtMoko boots up, after connecting to the cellular network a weird dialog appears : The network time is (GMT +34). Set this new time?. If I say No, everything keeps working. If

qtMoko getting bad Network Time

2015-01-04 Thread Jorge
Hi to all again: I have a correctly set time timezone (America/Montevideo), and when my qtMoko boots up, after connecting to the cellular network a weird dialog appears : The network time is (GMT +34). Set this new time?. If I say No, everything keeps working. If I say Yes the timezone is