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Using the following piece of code from Xamarin Android code, using the Microsoft Band SDK Preview, the DateTime specified seems to be ignored, with what appears to be default date/time information being displayed on the band instead of the value specified.
new DateTime(2015,04,24,17,57,30), // or alternatively using DateTime.Now,
args.ShowDialog ? MessageFlags.ShowDialog : MessageFlags.None);
It would appear that not only is the fourth argument ignored, but it may also be the wrong type. It has been reported in the forum that the underlying Microsoft method expects a DateTimeOffset rather than a DateTime.
Fixed in the next release: version 1.3.4
This issue was that the .NET DateTime time component was not carried across to the Java Date type.