have a time displaying issue when receiving message on android

by alvinli » Sat, 12 Feb 2011 05:56:52 GMT


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 I have a time displaying issue when receiving message on android. How
to obtain the sender's local time instead of the receiver's? There's
only my local time string on the content: sms message table without
anything about the sender. Is there any good ideas?

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