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    sh906i clock

    hi, i was wondering how to change my phone from 24hr clock to a 12 hr clock.

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    You have a phone from Asia, so there is no option for that. I personally prefer 24 hour time anyway as it always keeps me thinking
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    hahahah.......its not hard at all for 24hr to read
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    Quote Originally Posted by Subaruuu:D
    hi, i was wondering how to change my phone from 24hr clock to a 12 hr clock.

    Sorry to tell ya that is standard in Asia...

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    My 707SC II has an option for 12 hour, but unfortunately, no, the SH906i does not.

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    For NTT docomo series, the Fujitsu and Panasonic line-ups do have 12hr/24hr clock options to choose from. I had the SH906i before myself and yes it doesn't have the option to choose a 12hr clock, neither does the latest SH series either. (had a brief hands-on with my friend's SH-01B couple of mths ago, doesn't have it too)

    Anyway in my country, I would say most males should be pretty comfortable with reading 24hr clocks anyway because we have been pretty much trained to read timings like this since coming to age of 18yrs old, this is due our compulsory conscription of national service (NS) for every singaporean males, and usually inside the army the schedule RO through-out the day is stated in 24hr-timings.

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    24 hour clocks isn't very hard to get use to. Plus if the time is greater than 12:00 then you definitely know it's some where in the afternoon/night and not in the morning

    As for work..... common 17:00! Hurry up and get here so I can go home..........even though I just got here (-_-")

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    ^^^ you'll have to work past 17:00... OVERTIME!
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    Quote Originally Posted by stevetam
    ^^^ you'll have to work past 17:00... OVERTIME!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Island.Boy
    Sorry to tell ya that is standard in Asia...
    And Europe. We learn 24 hour clocks as part of growing up. We say 10 pm, but it's listed in the TV guide as 22:00 because then there is no chance of confusion.

    It's only America that uses 12hr time for everything.

    Oh, and Children use it.

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    i learned it in elementary school b/c my digital casio watch had it and I thought it was cooler haha

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    In the few years in the past i traveled way too much. When you say 12 no one knows AM or PM. So bouncing from airport to airport crossing through many time-zones in 1 day, it's easier to figure out the time with a 24 hour clock.

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    24 hour clock is easy! Just subtract 2!
    15:00 = 3:00 pm!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pristinenyte
    24 hour clock is easy! Just subtract 2!
    15:00 = 3:00 pm!
    12 right

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    Or subtract 2 and change am/pm.

    Agreed, 24 hour clock is way better, but Australia also defaults to 12 hour clock. Most people want to see AM/PM on their clocks here. Windows and the iPhone also default to 12 hour clocks when you change the region setting to Australia, whereas change it to Japan and it becomes 24 hour by itself.
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