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Playlist and video and text

I love this mp3 of course this is cool in tagalog 'aztig' aztig talaga to. but what the **** is this, they have no playlist,no video and text. but in the other yp k3 are have a text but in my k3 nothing.

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I would take it to the place of purchase and talk to one of the tech nerds about it, and if they half nothing then try to get on the k3's website for support and assistance, what does it say when you try to use the playlist or text?

Posted on Jan 18, 2009

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