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Saving iso games

How do you save iso games when you're using 4.1 firmware? tell me where to save, is it under the ISO folder or somewhere else? thanks..

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  • emoddc Jul 10, 2008

    even if im using the 4.1 firmware? i dont have the pandora's battery :(

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Minha conta do iso games foi ban 6 messes e ainda nao foi liberada queria que vc desse uma olhada nela pls libera ai pls mano nao foi eu que raquiei meu char e xxxflozinhaxxx

Posted on Aug 27, 2008

In the iso folder avoid the extractable files

Posted on Jul 09, 2008

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