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SanDisk 4.0 GB photo to view on television.

Is there connection cord i can use to view my photo from SanDisk out to television?

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I do not know if there is one but if you take ur mp3 player and plug it into an xbox 360 or a ps3 you can go threw the xbox menues and watch the videos that are on ur mp3 player and the photos and the music

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