Other than the DDMMYY "European" date format (which you can probably change to MMDDYY, not sure how on a MY2010) I don't see a problem... Am I missing something?
ha ha, face palm for rcmorgan!!umbertob said:Other than the DDMMYY "European" date format (which you can probably change to MMDDYY, not sure how on a MY2010) I don't see a problem... Am I missing something?
Don't call me the douchebag you're the idiot that can't figure out how to tell time.rcmorgan540 said:Yeah .. face palm .. I guess ... douchebag ... It is set for the correct format month/day/year . Unless that is what keeps switching.
thanks for admitting...rcmorgan540 said:Yeah .. sorry man. It can't possibly be a software problem with the Rover. Clearly, I got so bombed at new years I forgot how to tell time and read a date ...
Please, calm down everyone. Considering there is a documented bug in the satnav switching back to UK English language overnight (Land Rover has a fix), and another one where the navigation display reverts back to miles if you set it to indicate kilometers and restart the car (no fix yet), it's quite possible a similar software hiccup may have struck the date format on some early build 2010s, why not... Like a small-scale Y2K bug. :wink: I'll keep my eyes open for a service message, if the issue is extensive enough I am sure it won't be long before other owners start complaining about it.