For my '07 S80-V8 an iPod connector and in-dash stereo integration was a factory option (which I added).
I believe your '07 S80-V8 is running QNX. The option you purchased was a module for QNX that talks to iPhones/iPods. QNX/BlackBerry are partners with Apple and the reports I've read indicate that iOS for car will still be running the QNX kernel.
I wonder why Apple can't make AirPlay mirroring with touch to an in-dash display a standard. For makers, it would make it something Android could support with an additional protocol and it would eliminate the need for most of the horrible in-dash infotainment systems car makers come up with.
QNX supports Miracast and Mirrorlink so if it is enabled by the manufacturer any device with those technologies will be able to just what you are asking for. In fact QNX demoed the tech at CES 2014 (Jump to 7:00)
but that is, at the same time, more accessible and shareable by a wider audience.
Precisely which audience is having problems reading slashdot, on precisely which platform?
Dice basically wants to use the
...to see just how in the pocket of huge corporations the GOP/DNC is, and yet people continue to vote for them, against their own interests.
What will it take to wake people up? I fear it may not happen until it's too late, if not already.
TBH I find it appalling what the GOP is doing these days and I am terrified by some of the DNC ideas. Perhaps it's time Michael Bay did a movie IN congress!
Can't wait for Angry Birds to Die!
I know! Sometimes they get stuck on a bouncy surface and just linger on and on...it gets really annoying.
Since music is a collaborative art, and you are going to want to share music, aren't you better off using what people in your "scene" are using, whether that's your school program or online forum or in the performance venues you frequent? I'd expect that would trump whatever software might look "best" if you were working alone.
Perhaps a program that actually facilitates said collaboration would be useful. Was just looking at some software on Steam earlier and this piqued my interest. It's Windows/Mac only ATM but the base program can be used for free.
"Free version is limited to compressed audio export and 16 bit audio recording."