OOT: ada yg udah di jcc??

by Defriando Riza » Sat, 17 Jul 2010 13:17:07 GMT


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 rr, ada yg udh di jcc?? bli tiket ngantri euy..

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OOT: ada yg udah di jcc??

by riswan christianto » Sat, 17 Jul 2010 13:21:27 GMT


 Lagi antri tiket sm lutfi bro

@jakontil
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rr, ada yg udh di jcc?? bli tiket ngantri euy..

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OOT: ada yg udah di jcc??

by Defriando Riza » Sat, 17 Jul 2010 13:27:22 GMT


 ok bro..antriannya lmyan pnjang tuh




Lagi antri tiket sm lutfi bro

@jakontil
incredibly amazing...amazingly incredible
ris...@naekgenteng.com



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OOT: ada yg udah di jcc??

by Andreas S. » Sat, 17 Jul 2010 13:42:26 GMT


 Ntil, nitip dong atu...

:)

~A-Sty
HTC Desire with FroYo SENSE UI
ROM: 2.06.832.1 Official FroYo
KERNEL: 26.32.15
RADIO: 32.42.00.32U_5.09.00.08
Built: FRF91


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OOT: ada yg udah di jcc??

by Defriando Riza » Sat, 17 Jul 2010 13:44:44 GMT


 rr, yg kmarin nanyain micro sd, sdh sy tnya ama sandisk, yg class 6 & 10 tdk
ada..




Ntil, nitip dong atu...

:)

~A-Sty
HTC Desire with FroYo SENSE UI
ROM: 2.06.832.1 Official FroYo
KERNEL: 26.32.15
RADIO: 32.42.00.32U_5.09.00.08
Built: FRF91




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