Everybody is encouraged to test this beta release thoroughly so that we can release rock-solid Amarok 2.9 final.
While this version has been thoroughly tested on our systems, we welcome additional tests by our users, as we simply can't cover all possible use-cases.
Every year, thousands of miles of new roads are added to or updated on your mapping software.
As a result, your navigation system may not have the most current data, which makes an update crucial to your system’s performance.
We still have two blocker bugs, a major one which sends Amarok into a loop: and a regression: We welcome help fixing these bugs so we can do a 2.9 release.
This will be the last Qt4/KDE4.x based release, as new work porting Amarok to Qt5 and Plasma5 is waiting in the wings!
Amarok 2.8 is titled "Return To The Origin" as we are bringing back the polish that many users loved from the original 1.x series!
The new Amarok is more fun to use, it's rock solid, and it has exciting new features.
A recall program for vehicles powered by a smaller 1.6-litre turbo diesel engine, which requires some hardware changes as well as the software update, will commence later in 2016.With built in compensational data for environmental variables and varying load conditions, the factory ECU is far more complex and intelligent than units found in other vehicle makes and marques.APR's Calibration Engineers spent months calibrating the engine management system, including many hours of chassis dyno development.The vehicle’s electrical system, and existing wireless and satellite technologies, must be available and operating properly for the system to function.The system is designed to provide you with suggested routes to addresses, destinations, and other points of interest.