Windows Mobile phones suffer Y2K+10 bug

Windows Mobile Phones

We all have preplanned for the New Year Eve and most of us project good wishes for all and particularly our near and dear ones. Some few of us are often bent upon to exhibit their expertise the wrong way.

The clock struck midnight on the New Year eve and the BUG Y2K + 10( AKA y2.01k) activated. This time the target was Windows Mobile phones in the USA. The damage was not of routine type. Rather somebody played his humour tactics. All the text messaging time was altered or in fact advanced by SIX years — reading the year as 2016 instead.

Happy New Year well-wishers were confused at first by the message time error but soon realized it to be a bugy bugy affair as no earthquakes, storms, explosions or outer spacecrafts were heard in the sudden five year time lapse.
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g>mobile phones affected included Windows 6.1 and 6.5 handsets and a few others, besides most US carriers excepting T-mobile.

The WMExperts have managed a corrective device that proved very helpful as a quick remedy. This can be availed at http://www.wmexperts.com/y2016-sms-bug.

This helpful intervention ignores the carrier’s SMS gateway time and your phone displays time-date using phone time.

The bug designer chose a not so funny way to send their ‘well wishes’ to the American public. No doubt all persons carry different modes of ‘sense of humour’.

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