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Thread: SBSettings statusbar date format?

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    Question SBSettings statusbar date format?
    How to change the date in statusbar from dd/mm to mm/dd?
    I saw some screenshots in mm/dd format, but I can't find a way to change it. I also tried to change the system date locale setting, but it doesn't work.

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    Mine is showing d/m and i want IT m/d. Im in The US. Also seen some cydia Apps priced in instead of $

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    I would like to know this answer also. A few month ago, my phone showed d.m, I broke my screen was without phone for two months, now it shows m.d and I really want it back to d.m. Anyone?

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    +1 bump

    My status bar is mm/dd but I want it dd/mm. I remember when I jailbroke on my 3GS it was mm/dd for a long time and then randomly switched to dd/mm. I thought it was an update, but I guess not. :-\ Any help?

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    I would like to know too, I am use to mm/dd format and not dd/mm.

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    Settings > General > International > Regional Format

    Selecting Region Format as 'United Kingdom' will make the date display as dd/mm. Selecting Region Format as 'United States' results in mm/dd.

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    Thank you! I don't know why my iPod wasn't already set to United States, because I live here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fishnride View Post
    Settings > General > International > Regional Format

    Selecting Region Format as 'United Kingdom' will make the date display as dd/mm. Selecting Region Format as 'United States' results in mm/dd.
    Fix worked perfectly. No clue why UK was defaulted-- iPhone was purchased at ATT store in California. THANKS!

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    How can I do this and not change region format? There has to be a plist setting that allows that.

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