Sprint Samsung Galaxy S3 stock calendar issue

Ashton

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Anyone notice anything about this calendar snapshot that is interesting? Hint: today is not Thursday January 3rd. I tried clearing the memory for the calendar application and it did not fix it. Does anyone have any suggestions?

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Are you still having a problem? Have you checked settings/date and time?

If you have "Automatic Date and Time" and "Automatic Time Zone" checked, try rebooting your phone. If that doesn't fix it, it sounds like a carrier issue.

If you don't have the above checked, do so.
 

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Settings -> Application Manager -> slide to ALL apps

Calendar & Calendar Storage - clear data for both of those and then reboot the phone

Let it re-sych and re-update your calendar and see if that fixes the issue
 

Ashton

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I did both of these. Still same issue tonight.

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Ashton

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And oddly enough the widget has it right. Just not when you open the calendar app.

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I just disabled the stock Samsung calendar application and started using the Google Calendar application the Google Calendar application shows everything correctly. Very curious though.

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I just checked both stock and google's calendar and both are correct for me. Gotta be something keeping it from refreshing.....
 

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In the evenings the stock app tends to think the next day is the present day. It only does it in the evenings and in the application. The widget is always correct. The problem is solved for me by simply using the Google app that works just as well and is correct. It is just weird.

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