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The following code generates an ArgumentOutOfRangeException:
var dto = DateTimeOffset.Parse(DateTimeOffset.MinValue.ToString("o"));
The same code under .NET does not throw an exception.
The equivalent code using DateTimeOffset.MaxValue does not seem to have any problems
Unable to reproduce this with the above code snippet on our current stable build of Xamarin.Android (4.6.04000). Resolving this bug, please re-open if you are still able experiencing any issues with DateTimeOffset.MinValue.