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Hacked mp4 player

I have a hacked MP4 player it was a 4GB or so it said it is now a 512MB I would like to hack it again to make it a 4GB or look like a 4GB my girlfriend bought it for me and I do not want her to know

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Xaxaxaxa! why did u make it 512 dude?? :D xaxa well...i cant help u..but if u tell me from where u hacked it first i could find some info..A! and tell me the model too..

Posted on Nov 29, 2007

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