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Sandisc 4gb microsdhc card to nokia 3310c

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Slojih kartata si pamet v telefona i mi pi6e 4e kartata pamet ne e formatirana i ne mi q otvarq moje li da mi kajete kak moga da q otfarmatiram ili mi kajete kade sda vlqza v telefona

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