Wifi and Autosync Clock turn off After Reboot

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    Wifi and Autosync Clock turn off After Reboot

    I'll be surprised if anyone even still reads this board, but I still use my DX and still love it

    Anyway recently my phone turns its wi-fi off and loses the clock sync after every reboot. (Automatic time is on, as well as sync time on start-up)

    Wifi used to stay on,

    Clock resets to a random time and throws off the play store and a couple other apps that rely on the time being correct.

    So now every time I reboot my phone, I have to go in and turn wi-fi back on, and then re-sync the clock. Its driving me nuts trying to figure out the problem. Any help would be much appreciated.

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    Plenty of people still read this board.

    Have you thought about reflashing the ROM wiping only cache/dalvik? If that doesn't work maybe a clean flash.

    Never had an X so maybe someone else will come along with a simpler solution.

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    I would chime in and also mention a clean flash would probably be ideal.

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    Thanks for the help guys. I took the opportunity to flash the ICS version of MIUI since I had to back up and restore anyway. So I'll assume the clean flash would have been the solution.

    Loving ICS by the way. Its a good leap and maybe half of a bound ahead of the gb version, but I'm having theming issues...off to the other end of the forum to try and figure this out.

    Thanks again to the both of you. It's nice to know this phone is still supported.
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    Oh, and I'll mention that after a soft flash (just a delvik/cache wipe) the problem still persisted. Just in case someone else runs into the same problem.
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