As promised, Jolla has released under early access its latest update Sipoonkorpi, rev. 3.0.1.
Here is the original tweet:
#SailfishOS Sipoonkorpi update aka 3.0.1 is now available for early access subscribers on #Jolla devices and #SailfishX. Download yours today and report to us with your valuable feedback! pic.twitter.com/GgpNG8UUVK
— Jolla (@JollaHQ) January 7, 2019
The update is OTA and rolled out only for the brave and advanced users than can activate the “early access update” option on their account.
Jolla notice that:
Sipoonkorpi is mainly a bug fixing update, bringing in just a few new features. We’ve added Bulgarian language support and improved the handling of email folders. You can now create light ambiences, and respond to meeting invitations through Exchange and Google. We’ve also tuned up SD card encryption and protected critical Top Menu toggles with the security code.
Installing it, you notice that the update has solved the most visible bug on XA2: the flash image issue when pressing power button. (It was the most visible bug ever on SF).
There are some other minor fix. If you wants go deeper in new features, this is the right topic on Jolla Together:
Now the Android 8.0 and the paid license is a 2/3 week away, relying on our bot calculations…
In later day, Kaios, a new emerging OS – which is based on FirefoxOS stripping away function and some touch features – has published an image with a phone identical to a cyan Nokia N9, with 2 of their actual model.
This is the tweek:
— Nokiapoweruser (@Nokiapoweruser) January 13, 2019
Let’s hype about a new N9 based on Kaios, but that one may be…
…a like new old Nokia N9! ?
It’s beginning a new update for Jolla-Devices.com and for our STORE. It’s a minor update with a focus on UX from mobile.
In the while the store will be in reload mode: only that Nokia N9 is in stock, but another little stock of Aigos is slowly approaching.
That’s all, stay tuned for the Android update from Jolla: go daily on the Shop page on Jolla site and hit F5!
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