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# 17738 9-Dec-2007 18:57
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I am selling these on behalf of my son. He has written descriptions:

Black PSP bought last year preloaded with custom firmware 3.52M33-4 which means you can play downloaded games change the icons and waves in the background.
I will also give the buyer a CD with themes games and other homebrew stuff.
Pack Includes:
2Gig memory stick (with lots of games on it)
And everything else in a value pack excluding 32mb memory stick and cleaning cloth
Need for Speed most wanted


Samsung ZV10 cell phone
A great cell phone with 3g video calling.
Brought in March 2006 as a birthday gift, selling to upgrade.
Comes with:
USB cord
Wrist strap
CD with software to put videos and music on it
Warranty sheet: it still has about 3 months on it.

Please PM me if you're interested. I will pay shipping/courier.


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  # 101667 24-Dec-2007 14:30
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Note all of my games came off my mates psps I did not break the law getting them

Sorry but this is still illegal, unless you are supplying the originals with the "Copys" of the games this is still classed as illegal.
Or else everyone someone has a copied movie/game/applicaion would be of a "Mate"

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# 101668 24-Dec-2007 14:39
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Yep, you better change this description. Copies are illegal by nature, not by source.

People can't copy a work - in New Zealand (under the current law) you can't copy a CD for "backup" purporses, even less for format shift. And it's most definetely illegal to copy copyrighted content from someone else.



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  # 101671 24-Dec-2007 14:54
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The PSP has been sold now, and I apologise for the statement about the games.

I have changed the description also - I would never bring this forum into dissrepute.


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