Their back, well one is

Is the seasonal migration starting? Are these urban menaces making a come back? Only time will tell…..

Feral bag


NoDo update

Well I couldn’t wait for O2 to get off their lazy ass and “approve” the NoDo update so using the power of the internet and XDA Developers my HD7 is now unbranded and running NoDo 🙂

Took 30 minutes or so including downloading the files, I now have a faster loading phone, applications are notably quicker to launch. It also has the cut and paste which is fine.

However one downside is the keyboard does seem more US centric but I don’t mind an extra key tap to get a £ sign

Do it you know you want to 😀

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HD7pre NoDo update

Well this appears to be a weekend for updates! First my HD7 got it’s pre NoDo update which went without a hitch, I’m happy to say, and also the Nexus One got Android 2.3.

It was also interesting to read on WMpoweruser that at least one HTC user was receiving an update to their handset pushed by HTC, in this instance a Mozart.

I do hope this will lead to an update to the HD7 at some point from HTC to resolve a couple of the niggling issues plaguing some users such as the video tearing problem.

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A new model? Err no, I had to return my second handset for a third one! Having said that this one has generally been behaving itself, bar the few early release bug bears which will hope fully be quashed next year with the update.

Might move this blog to WordPress not that I have been updating it much! But because there is a WordPress WP7 application so I can still not update the blog but have another tool I never use 😉

Oh and still no signs of any Feral Carrier Bags 😦

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Just Typical

Start a blog about Feral carrier bags and there are none to be found! All the ones I have seen recently have an owner (for now).

In the beginning

I feel it is time to track the rise of this urban menace and I will update the blog with examples of this threat and probably other bits and pieces of no interest to anyone apart from my house plants, if they could read / access the internet neither of which they can do (as far as I know)