Just bookmarking this one here for future chillaxation reference, since you can’t bookmark playlists in YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JoVkReLGpBk&list=RD03qsnwftjlW5o
Humor transcends language.
I will definitely use this clip in one of my classes.
So I took the fam on a trip with my coworkers from the English program last week. We went to Hua Hin, which I had passed through but not enjoyed since our honeymoon. We saw the resort we had stayed at (Nern Chalet) and the massage parlor my dad got groped at, and the kids had a great time at the beach. Max learned how to stay underwater at the hotel pool, and was very proud of himself. Mina could put her face in the water, but is still scared to put her ears in, I think.
I have many photos, but alas, the start of the new term is imminent, and I have a textbook to write and several orientations to attend/help with.
It took a few hours to research and get a custom ROM installed (SmoothROM v5.1), so I was dismayed to see that it lacked 3G support. Oops. So I started over again using Nexus Root Toolkit and pushed the latest cyanogenmod nightly for Tilapia (Nexus 7 3g) and gapps via my laptop. Success!
cyanogenmod is kind of boring because it’s so stable – and that’s a good thing.
Regarding the title above,
grouper = Nexus 7 wifi
tilapia = Nexus 7 3g
In Jelly Bean 4.2 and higher, if there is no “Developer Options” shown in the “Settings” menu, go to Settings –> About Tablet –> Build Number and tap on it 7 times to unlock/unhide it.
So basically create a new APN with the following settings:
Name: TRUE-H INTERNET
User name: true
APN type: internet
Personally, I think anyone using MMS in this day and age should just give up and go back to using a typewriter, so I won’t cover that.
You can find device-specific info on the True page from which I borrowed the above graphic: http://www.truemove-h.com/helpsupport_apnsettings.aspx
True seems dedicated to the curious corporate tactic of changing the location of any helpful information on their website every few months, to the point where I can no longer find it. Anyway, the settings described above are still valid as of February 27, 2014.