Linux using cf root the best .fastest
download the file and follow the basic instruction
done with linux mint 17.01 Cinnamon operating system
NOte : If necessary, unlock the device’s bootloader by running
fastboot oem unlock
constructed between December 1897 and March 1900
to serve the local tin mining industy resident Sir Frank Swettenham
comprised iron lattice girders over a thousand feet long, resting on six brick piers, with the roadway 40 feet above the ordinary level of the river. Seen from the bank, the mighty Victoria Bridge bridge is a handsome structure which spans the wide Sungai Perak.
GW Fryer, Divisional Engineer dan C.RHanson
During the Second World
War, the British bombed a part of the bridge so as to prevent the advancement of the
Japanese Army and rebuilt it after the war.
Clean install and Testing new release google Android 5.0.2 after the crappy 5.0 factory images and
installation method here https://developers.google.com/android/nexus/images
quite smooth i would said hope the bugs not around 🙂 root with cf auto root not successful 😦 just in case google fokup again . Has anyone rooted 5.0.2?
– no camera apps
– pretty smooth
– boot up time still slow
– superSu cannot be installl . if you upgraded to Android 5.0 need manuall re root
lastly Thanks Google for keeping a 2.5 year old tablet up-to-date with the latest Android version
you take the bus from Beijing Muxiyuan Long-distance Bus Station.
the bus departs at 18:00 and arrives at around 04:00 the next morning.
the bus fare is around CNY 180
took a bus from 北郊长途汽车站（bei jiao chang tu qi che zhan)~ cost 200RMB~
This the bus station I left out of : 北郊长途汽车站.
Its in the north of the city, fairly central – a little west of the Olympic village area.
Baotou is a huge slab of urban area that runs for about 20km, being the largest city in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.
It comprises three main areas: Donghe, 东河区the oldest part of town, to the east, and Qingshan 青山区and Kundulun 昆都仑区to the west.
Qingshan is a nondescript shopping and residential area, while Kundulun includes the iron and steel works on its western edge. The three parts of the city are well connected by frequent buses, which take thirty to forty minutes to travel between the Donghe and Kundulun districts.
Buses to Hohhot (3hrs.) and Dongsheng (2hrs.) depart from the Baotou bus station, although for destinations further afield, it is probably better to take the train. Buses are mainly used for traveling to nearby sights, including Genghis Khan’s Mausoleum, Wudangzhao Monastery and the Resonant Gorge.
The main bus station is in the eastern section of the city, opposite the Donghe railway station. There are also long distance buses leaving from the station near to the intersection of Tuanjie dajie and Baiyun e’bo lu.
City transport: Minibuses shuttle back and forth within the city for just RMB2.5. Taxis and mini vans congregate round the railway station and tourist hotels. Although the minimum you have to pay is RMB8, it is still worth bargaining for longer journeys. Bike renting is also possible, ask in the Baotou Hotel, or other hotels, for details. Bikes are particularly useful for getting around in this vast, sprawling city.
There are two bus stations in Baotou for long distance travel. Both stations serve many of the major cities in China.
You will find a safe and convenient place to store your luggage at the Macau International Airport. The Left Luggage counter is located in the Departure Level and it is open 24 hours a day.
Hourly: MOP 10.00 per Piece
Daily(24 Hours): MOP 80.00 per Piece
– Storage for part of an hour is charged as one hour.
– In any 24-hours period, storage is charged at the hourly rate or the daily rate, whichever is less.
– For security reasons the piece(s) of luggage has to pass through a screening device before acceptance for storage
Walk toward the north exit of the airport and walk out into the parking lot, where you will find a number of shuttle buses waiting for you. Buses depart every 15-20 minutes between 11:00 am and 9:00 pm.
AP-1 (from the Airport to Macau Ferry Terminal)
Bus #3 is the bus from the Macau Ferry Terminal to San Ma Lo. Fare is MOP 2.5 per head. Follow the same procedure in taking the AP-1 bus.