want automatic time with locked in (selected) timezone (Droid)

by drumtrucker » Mon, 07 Dec 2009 14:05:14 GMT


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 Not sure who is responsible for the (in my mind) ridiculous decision
to disable the ability to choose desired timezone if automatic (use
system provided values) time preference is selected in my Droids
settings.  I need my phone to ALWAYS show Central time.  I do not know
if this is a Droid specific issue.

I should be able to choose my desired timezone and still have time
updated automatically regardless of my location.  I am a long haul
trucker and my logbook is always in Central Time.  I cannot be the
only person that would prefer this ability.

If anyone knows the proper and ultimate place to post my request/
COMPLAINT, please tell me.



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