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on my EVO ,I cannot see the picture

 

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It's looks like development somthing I'm on my tablet and barely can see but I think it's another form of Ubuntu... and if I'm not right oppppps I tryed

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Wow that is a small image. No wonder you couldn't tell what it was lol.

 

See if you can find a larger image and maybe someone can identify it for you.

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To small to see

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