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Adverts / Re: Buy direct from U.K and ship to Nigeria by BlackBaron: 10:09am On Apr 18
Ebay, auctions, preloved, classified.

We do all for you smiley
Tech Market / Re: Shop From U.K Delivered To Nigeria. Only Source The Cheapest Prices by BlackBaron: 10:07am On Apr 18
Another cargo landing next week.

One stop shopping!
Tech Market / Re: Shop From U.K Delivered To Nigeria. Only Source The Cheapest Prices by BlackBaron: 10:05am On Apr 12
1st special offer

Order Brand new Moto G 16GB - #38000

Cheaper than anywhere else!

*while stocks last

Contact us: info@fetchukshopping.com
Tech Market / Shop From U.K Delivered To Nigeria. Only Source The Cheapest Prices by BlackBaron: 10:02am On Apr 12
New bespoke U.K shopping experience, we handle your U.K shopping needs and delivered to you in Nigeria.

For an extra pound, we can source out the cheapest option for your item of choice saving you even more money!

Ebay, Amazon,Etsy, Car phone warehouse, Topman and more...
Adverts / Re: Buy direct from U.K and ship to Nigeria by BlackBaron: 4:32am On Apr 11
Ebay buyers welcome. smiley

Even Gumtree pickups within reasonable distances can be arranged. cool
Politics / Re: Femi Fani-kayode Re-Joins PDP(CONFIRMED) by BlackBaron: 9:27am On Apr 09
So what's the difference between APC and PDP again?

$510 billion later
And still

No Pipe borne water
Power
Healthcare
Shabby airports
Abysmal HDI
Low life expectancy
Insecurity and all

It's either there's a drain somewhere or more money is being stolen than we know.

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Culture / Re: Inventions By Blacks by BlackBaron: 7:52am On Apr 01
bulldogg: what i mean is that the white skin girl looks more angelic than the dark one , the honest truth is that I would be scared if I woke up to find the dark one standing beside my bed . the white skin girl look more soft and light . I think it's simply human nature. I'm not implying that dark skin is ugly,what i'm saying is that a natural lighter skin looks more refined than a dark skin, a dark skin is hard ,ordinary and original etc. but a lighter skin which is the inner layer of every skin looks more refined.
can be found in other animals as i mentioned earlier, for example white tigers are more refined than the original brown tiger,thats why they are used for shows in Las vegas ,white birds,white rabbits etc. its much more noticeable to the human psyche.
ofcourse there are beautiful and handsome people in all shades ,but what i'm saying is that a lighter skin is much more revered in every corner of the world because it is refined, this has nothing to do with the hearts and motive of the person with the skin color, i am not talking about behavior ,i am talking about the physical appearance ,and the perceptive reality towards a light skin by an average human mind any where in the world . a lighter skin enhances the beauty of a dark person.these ugly truth are not supposed to be discussed in public,it is meant to be secret . because if you share this information it will keep racism and discrimination alive,black people will have a low self esteem about themselves. we have to maintain the status quo by suppressing this ugly undesirable truth.

these brown skin black people in the pictures below look more healthy and refined than an average african black and are more revered in the racial scheme of things .
Da fuq!

Another mentally bludgeoned fellow...sadly there is no one to punish for your severe lack of common sense.

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Tech Market / Re: Skullcandy Aviators Headphones.. . .supreme Sound (over-the-ear Cups)!!! by BlackBaron: 7:40am On Apr 01
I can testify.
Got these cans...they are a looker too.

Happy sales.

Here's mine

Phones / Re: Android, Anyone? Part II by BlackBaron: 8:03pm On Mar 31
Thanks for the advice from the Guru. Goes to show rooting is not an exact science. Got into all this in the first place because of a supposed 'guide' to unrooting. Followed to the latter and still...

Anyway I have managed to never brick any device till now...a close call there that I fortunately evaded.
Phones / Re: Android, Anyone? Part II by BlackBaron: 10:24am On Mar 29
Why do you say not to use 'Firmaroot' with mainstream OEMs?

I think I may have managed to now permanently unroot now. I did the firmaroot thingy, then when SU was installed, I downloaded 'ES file explorer' and granted root permission to it. After that I was able to access system/xbin and uninstall busybox. Then I did the SU uninstall and it must have worked.

Phone now rebooted to unrooted and infact just updating to android 4.3. No longer getting the 'Stock modified' ish.
Phones / Re: Android, Anyone? Part II by BlackBaron: 10:10am On Mar 29
Can someone give me a definitive guide to 'Unroot a Note 2' ? I followed guides on XDA unrooting guides and ended up here...

Tried using the SU method,unrooted via app and then said 'SU binary' not found, then used Firmaroot to reinstall SuperSU. And then did a full uninstall, yet when I check for status updates, it's still showing as modified.

Also BusyBox won't even delete after unrooting.
I'm on stock rom, didn't install custom at any time on this.
Adverts / Re: Buy direct from U.K and ship to Nigeria by BlackBaron: 8:46pm On Mar 28
New day. New possibilities.
Tech Market / Re: Cheap And Easy Delivery Of Motorola Moto G To Nigeria by BlackBaron: 2:28am On Mar 28
karferguso: ...dn't have d 16gb?

Just 8gb at the moment.

Phones / Re: Android, Anyone? Part II by BlackBaron: 9:30pm On Mar 26
Donald Genes: Should i buy Android or Techno phone 2moro? What's the cheapest price in between 'em?

Do you mean 'a branded android phone vs Tecno ' phone?

Tecno is an android phone. Relatively cheaper than all other well established android brands though. Possibly others with similar price points exists but can't say which.
Tech Market / Re: Cheap And Easy Delivery Of Motorola Moto G To Nigeria by BlackBaron: 5:42pm On Mar 26
Can get Moto G (8GB) - #27k delivered from U.K
Phones / Re: Android, Anyone? Part II by BlackBaron: 5:06pm On Mar 26
New HTC one revealed yesterday,

What's the consensus ?
Adverts / Re: Buy direct from U.K and ship to Nigeria by BlackBaron: 4:58pm On Mar 26
Contact us by email 'info@fetchukshopping.com' smiley

Some examples (Brand New)

Nokia Lumia 625 - #31000
HTC One (2013) - #80000
Moto G 8GB - #27000
Adverts / Re: Buy direct from U.K and ship to Nigeria by BlackBaron: 6:41pm On Mar 24
chukux2: Nice concept, but your competitors are many and your domain name's a mouthful/not too cool.
We welcome your criticism. The original name we wanted is quite possibly trademarked.

We chose that name as we thought it would be a memorable name to remember, besides most often businesses like this would mainly be reliant on anchored links and word of mouth. We are hoping the services we offer would show us as distinguished out there.

We would also introduce our clients to far more UK sites that they know about for example. e.g Preloved, bespoke retailers, outlets, wholesalers and all. At customers request, we can also source out the lowest price and others like price matching from retailers that offer such services.
Phones / Re: Android, Anyone? Part II by BlackBaron: 2:37pm On Mar 24
Leopantro:

it's a watch, so? in the video they said it was a game changer but i Don't understand why i should be crazy about it and other android watches.

All good. I was only alluding to it's form factor and all. Granted, I am yet to see any wrist gadget that might tempt me away from traditional chronograph preferences.

If they play their games right, then this might tip me to get one.
Adverts / Buy direct from U.K and ship to Nigeria by BlackBaron: 2:23pm On Mar 24
Hello guys,

Just wanting to introduce our new online U.K personal shopping website www.fetchukshopping.com to everyone. We are right in the early stages right now and primarily offer small scale services right now. As we continue to grow and expand, we would be catering to larger scale procurement services.

We want to make online shopping from abroad easier for everyone and so we would take our time to recommend if requested the best possible prices for any brands of choice. Games consoles, smartphones, tablets, shoes,clothes and many more.

We are continually improving our website as time goes on and would be happy to take any questions or requests.
Phones / Re: Android, Anyone? Part II by BlackBaron: 11:37pm On Mar 18
Not a fan of gimmicky computer wearables, but is this the best android wearable yet?

Moto 360 unveiled today with traditional form factors, chronograph and all.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dnerqDWwVgg

Out summer...now wouldn't mind that!

Phones / Re: Three Most Additive Android Games by BlackBaron: 3:25pm On Mar 16
Sonic All Stars Racing Transformed
Deus Ex
Fifa 14 (Ultimate Team)
Phones / Re: Android, Anyone? Part II by BlackBaron: 6:11pm On Mar 11
4llerbuntu:
a few months ago i was telling folks that stock rom was the way, but some were disagreeing.
the thing about custom roms is:
there are devices with full sources and direct drivers available. the ROMs for those are usually* great, even better than stock
most other devices are ports of ports. the drivers and sources are not available, basically another phones software was hacked on top because they share similar chipset/parts.
samsung devices in the past 2 years are notorious for this, with the strange exception of Note 2 N7100
either way, it depends on your taste sha..............
Well yeah I definitely agree. Apart from rooting which I think is an absolute want for most gurus, customs with their accompanying stress ain't worth it except in exceptional cases .
Phones / Re: Android, Anyone? Part II by BlackBaron: 4:16pm On Mar 11
I have left custom roms unless absolutely necessary. Far too buggy IMO even the so called stable ones. Installed cyanogenmod on my nook hd cos of xbmc and ppsspp. It's very frustrating especially with battery percentage and random shut downs.

I now see why oems take months to churn out updates.
Politics / Re: Oyo,chinese Investors Conclude Arrangement On Manufacturing Of Buses,cars. by BlackBaron: 8:33am On Mar 08
Geely of China with atrocious safety records?

Anyway still got a high level of respect that manage to continue manufacture/assemble goods in spite of the moribund state of electricity.
Politics / Re: FG To Impose 2% "Copyright Levy" On Phones, Computers, Cameras, Printers Etc by BlackBaron: 8:15am On Mar 08
Not sure if this is Nigeria's form of VAT or another form of multiple taxation?
Why not just increase VAT rather than a dodgy 'copyright levy'

Are TVs excluded also?
Business / Re: Who Was The First Nigerian Millionaire? by BlackBaron: 4:22pm On Mar 07
shymexx:
This isn't about tribe.
It's about countering fictions with facts and illuminating/educating dark minds.

All good mate.

Least your point was made anyway in correcting revisionists and all who might have otherwise regaled us with their own versions of fairy tales to unsuspecting uniquisitive minds.
Business / Re: Who Was The First Nigerian Millionaire? by BlackBaron: 4:01pm On Mar 07
Hmmn...all this bickering for nowt.

The truth is there were prolly many more undocumented millionaires of yore we don't know about.

Ojukwu, Dangote and even Dantata may be considered recent as far as history and certainly not amongst the first if history was consulted.

My grand uncle (1920s) with money largely willed from my great grandfather was a bit wealthy and built an hotel that stands to this day, had trucks and traded during the colonial era.

Many many more like this...so all this struggle over whose tribe can claim the title of 'who was first' is futile.
Business / Re: Who Was The First Nigerian Millionaire? by BlackBaron: 8:53am On Mar 07
Dantata was the first widely acknowledged millionaire IMO. As far back as the caravan era with extensive interests all over w.Africa. So rich that his legacy continues to this day...

Infact if you're really keen on millionaires of yore, resources like 'Red book of West Africa' or the advance of African capital, The growth of Nigerian private enterprise' would help.

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Business / Re: Why Is Paypal Afraid Of Nigeria? by BlackBaron: 8:53pm On Mar 05
Here you go...

1.) Weak judiciary/Prosecution of fraudsters.
2.) Fraud and money laundering hotspot
3.) Lack of detailed credit facilities/reports/scores.
4.) Non harmonised/verified billing addresses.
5.) Problem of identity verification. (Very easy to get fakes)
6.) Paypal's policy of reimbursement would be abused in the Nigerian market as per the weakness outlined in point 1.

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Business / Re: Nigerian Bank With The Best Domiciliary Account System? by BlackBaron: 1:56pm On Mar 04
How about one that allows direct money transfer to and from international accounts?

With the cheapest charges that is...
Webmasters / Re: Joomla FREE Training On Nairaland Live!!! by BlackBaron: 1:54pm On Mar 04
ZinoFego: You can still update it to 3.x using Joomla Update under components.

Well. I am using dreamhost, installed joomla through the 'one click install' and sadly no such options.

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