Thomas Blom
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blomcode commented on 08 Oct 2012
When I'm viewing the text messages, I note that there are big gaps in the displayed messages. For example, I might see a gap from May XX until September XX for a text conversation with a certain person, but on my phone there are a number of messages between that iBackupViewer is not seeing. I suspect this is an iOS6 thing... One hint iOS6 is not correctly supported is that dates on messages all say 1981, making them off by 30 years, which is also the difference between Mac Asolute Time and unix epoch time, and iOS6 started using Mac time for all messages. More info on this here: http://linuxsleuthing.blogspot.com/2012/10/whos-texting-ios6-smsdb.html
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blomcode reviewed on 07 Oct 2012
When I'm viewing the text messages, I note that there are big gaps in the displayed messages. For example, I might see a gap from May XX until September XX for a text conversation with a certain person, but on my phone there are a number of messages between that iBackupViewer is not seeing. I suspect this is an iOS6 thing... One hint iOS6 is not correctly supported is that dates on messages all say 1981, making them off by 30 years, which is also the difference between Mac Asolute Time and unix epoch time, and iOS6 started using Mac time for all messages. More info on this here: http://linuxsleuthing.blogspot.com/2012/10/whos-texting-ios6-smsdb.html
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blomcode had trouble on 08 Oct 2012
When I'm viewing the text messages, I note that there are big gaps in the displayed messages. For example, I might see a gap from May XX until September XX for a text conversation with a certain person, but on my phone there are a number of messages between that iBackupViewer is not seeing. I suspect this is an iOS6 thing... One hint iOS6 is not correctly supported is that dates on messages all say 1981, making them off by 30 years, which is also the difference between Mac Asolute Time and unix epoch time, and iOS6 started using Mac time for all messages. More info on this here: http://linuxsleuthing.blogspot.com/2012/10/whos-texting-ios6-smsdb.html
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blomcode had trouble on 08 Oct 2012
Sorry, this should have gone in "troubleshooting" -- I accidentally posted it in reviews. The problem is with viewing messages for an iOS6 iphone backup:

When I'm viewing the text messages, I note that there are big gaps in the displayed messages. For example, I might see a gap from May XX until September XX for a text conversation with a certain person, but on my phone there are a number of messages between that iBackupViewer is not seeing. I suspect this is an iOS6 thing... One hint iOS6 is not correctly supported is that dates on messages all say 1981, making them off by 30 years, which is also the difference between Mac Asolute Time and unix epoch time, and iOS6 started using Mac time for all messages. More info on this here: http://linuxsleuthing.blogspot.com/2012/10/whos-texting-ios6-smsdb.html
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blomcode had trouble on 08 Oct 2012
Sorry, this should have gone in "troubleshooting" -- I accidentally posted it in reviews. The problem is with viewing messages for an iOS6 iphone backup:

When I'm viewing the text messages, I note that there are big gaps in the displayed messages. For example, I might see a gap from May XX until September XX for a text conversation with a certain person, but on my phone there are a number of messages between that iBackupViewer is not seeing. I suspect this is an iOS6 thing... One hint iOS6 is not correctly supported is that dates on messages all say 1981, making them off by 30 years, which is also the difference between Mac Asolute Time and unix epoch time, and iOS6 started using Mac time for all messages. More info on this here: http://linuxsleuthing.blogspot.com/2012/10/whos-texting-ios6-smsdb.html
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