I turned it on today and its now showing 2016 as the current year the time never updated after it started I waited a few minutes. My guess is that it never see's the time server. I'm wired using DHCP the ethernet config block shows my router's IP as the dns server. Is it looking for a time update possibly before my router sets its IP address? I could change to a static IP address if you think it might help but I'm not sure that would be any faster. It is a pain to reset the time everytime I turn it on. I think I'll try just leaving it on for now, any ideas.
Originally Posted by snappy46
I just re read your reply... I cannot find this option "automatically obtain time date from network". I am using the Matrix firmware I have searched all the settings and dont see it? Maybe I should get my wife to look she finds everything that I loose... LOL
Thanks again Snappy
i was never able to get a stable time statement using matrix and i eventually reverted to the stock firmware which doesn't have the timing issue you're experiencing. my only complaint now with stock is that i can't do the rapid fast forward while watching movies (i know i know... off topic!).
Originally Posted by At1bob
So I guess the moral to this story is that if your gonna use the matrix firmware be prepared to have time/date issues? I sure hope this is addressed in the next firmware release...