Ubuntu Touch OTA-9 Has Been Rescheduled For January 27

As you may know, Canonical is focused on constantly updating Ubuntu Touch, which is the mobile version of Ubuntu.

At first, the release of Ubuntu Touch OTA-9 Update was scheduled for January 20, but the developers have postponed it until the 27th of this month, due to some issues that need to be fixed.

Among others, the Unity 8 user interface has received fixes for volume control sync, an updated version of the Download Manager has been implemented, the sound Indicator has been enhanced as well, a regression that drained the battery faster has been fixed and a bunch of other packages have been updated, including QtMir, QtUbuntu and QtMultimedia.

But, due to the fact that OTA-9 is currently in feature freeze, the developers will focus on bug-fixes and will not implement any new features until the release.

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