Oh finally my rent is paid till my last day. The rent is monthly and factors regarding payment unknown to me didn't allow for the cheapest payment option. You can hook up direct debit with your bank and it's free but you need to factor your phone bill into that. Others options include cash payment. Lawson convience stores are the cheapest option, the fee is ¥324. Banks, or my bank's payment fee was about ¥400-500. #uqabroad#KIP#sonyxperiaxz#uqjacs#uniofqld#telstra#jbhifi#uqhuss#uqcareers
'Tsunashima Side of the Bridge Investigation [Evergreen Sidewalk Trees]': These trees, which are close to the station, just had a trim. They are definitely evergreen. I'm not sure what their growth rate is like. They didn't seem to be overly bushy (thick) with spring-summer growth so I would've predicted cutting back to take place in the coming spring atleast. I'd reason with the guess that cutting back would happen annually or bi-annually but the soil is rich here. Everything puts your bearings out here. Working with a map for example, not Google Maps on a phone, still often has me walking considerably past a estimated distination. So, I'd say my scale is easily out on other things from time to time. #uqabroad#KIP#sonyxperiaxz#uqjacs#uniofqld#telstra#jbhifi#uqhuss#uqcareers
New update hitting Sony Xperia XZ, XZs and X Performance. Follow @moboworld_sony for Latest Sony Mobiles Updates.
Sony has started pushing out a new update to Xperia XZ, XZs and X Performance smartphones. It's basically a security update that moves the build number to 41.3.A.2.24, and includes Android security fixes for the month of January.
The update bumps Android security to January 1 level. Now, why that's important is, Sony had said the update with fixes for "Spectre" and "Meltdown" vulnerabilities would bump the security level to "2018-01-05 or later." So it's safe to assume that these fixes aren't included in this update.
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