Well, I use the Personal Organizer for GB...and it keeps time only as long as the Dingoo is turned on.
If the Dingoo keeps time when it is turned off, then why doesn't GB's Personal Organizer launch back up starting out with the correct time, instead of resetting to January 1 1990?
And why does the GB Organizer only let you schedule within the month you are currently in? That sucks. To schedule future events, you have to falsely set the date ahead to the month you want, at program start-up.
And if all the storage is on the cartridge, as is claimed...then why do my appointments store perfectly, even on the Dingoo? no using save states, no nothing. It just works as it ought to, it saves the damn appointments. It's just a pain in the arse to set them in the first place, because of the aforementioned limitation.
SO...if it stores appointments across a period of off-power time...then why doesn't it come up with the right time when you start up??
Someone doesn't know what they are talking about!!
I'm telling you that GB's Organizer DOES store and keep appointments. It correctly keeps the time as long as the Dingoo is turned on
It does NOT keep the time once turned off. It does not lose appointment data on turn-off. It always resets to January 1, 1990 on re-start.
That reset every start-up...and the limitation about having to put in a fake date to schedule future appointments...are the only two things that keep this program from being a good little PDA for the Dingoo.
If anyone can start with the GB Personal Organizer (NOT THE GBA Personal Organizer) and fix those two limitations...we would have a Dingoo PDA. One with, admittedly limited functionality, but, nonetheless, a PDA.
Other functionality, such as a notebook, a calculator, an address book - could be added on. And if the clock on the Dingoo DOES run all the time (someone would have to prove that one to me) then the World Time function could also be added...and we'd have a very useful and solid PDA for the Dingoo.
All that is needed is for someone to figure out how to go from GB's Personal Organizer...and overcome two existing problems...and then add on whatever desired functionality beyond that point.