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Turn the device around !!!!

Posted on Nov 21, 2014

  • joehanna Nov 22, 2014

    Not a dummy first thing I tried

  • steve Nov 23, 2014

    well there's no other way unless you get a device with front and rear facing camera's . and i never called you a dummy !

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