- Layar Splash id-android untuk HTC WVGA (N1, EVO, Incredible, Desire

by Muh Fitrah » Mon, 19 Jul 2010 20:09:14 GMT


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 loh qo ketuker bro,
itu kan pic yg WTLelang?
ada yang aneh tu ma emailnya

2010/7/19 NURSAFRI <andr...@nursafri.com>







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- Layar Splash id-android untuk HTC WVGA (N1, EVO, Incredible, Desire

by Alex Chandra » Mon, 19 Jul 2010 20:09:44 GMT


 Huahaha, ngaco tuhh.. Itu attachment kamar sebelahh.. Clear data di Gmail
Storage mgkn? :P

..nexus...@cyanogenmod-5.0.8..




Iya, kok di saya attch nya innocase yah.

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- Layar Splash id-android untuk HTC WVGA (N1, EVO, Incredible, Desire

by NURSAFRI » Mon, 19 Jul 2010 20:33:10 GMT


 Iya makanya saya bingung, kok attch sama ama yg disebelah.

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