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bmarra

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Hi I recently got my advent vega which came flashed with Honey Ice every time i shut it down when i reboot the time and date always reset so before i can access the play store i need to set the date and the time sets itself is this a problem on my vega or network and is there a way to fix it.

Also is there anyway of getting the my xbox live app to work on this and im also having trouble with the bbc iplayer app it just redirects me to their web page if anyone as any pointers it would be great, any help is appreciated, thanks.

Edited by bmarra, 20 August 2012 - 12:23 PM.

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This was a common problem on some of the newer builds and the devs did a lot of work on sorting out the clock driver to try and get it right. The most common fix is to get ClockSync from the market which will sync the time to an internet time source every so often.

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Thanks again Dave, ill have a look at that then.
Ive actually just decided to go with my original post and see if i can get better results with vegacream due to I was using the tablet last night and everything was great but the things i was doing last night like streaming etc are not working today for some reason really strange I was clicking on a .m3u file and it was giving me the option to open it in vplayer and another player which i cant remember at the min now the screen just dims and nothing happens i cant work it out.

Edited by bmarra, 20 August 2012 - 02:14 PM.

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