minta di share link darky's 9.3 final

by dikis » Sun, 13 Mar 2011 16:54:11 GMT


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 Ass wr.wb
met siang rekan rekan khusuny pengguna sgs..
Sy mau coba custom rom dari darky yg versi 9.3 final. Sy sdh cari di
xda dev...tapi bingung mn yg harus di downlod..
Mungkin ada rr disini yg sdh coba darky 9.3 bisa share link drky 9.3
final...
Wass

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