- 1 License tagging for Image:KD Player Version 5 - Orange EN.png
- 2 Orphaned non-free media (Image:KD Player Logo.jpg)
- 3 Fair use rationale for File:KD Player Version 5 - Orange EN.png
- 4 Galaxy S II links
- 5 Disambiguation link notification for January 11
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- 7 Reference errors on 29 November
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License tagging for Image:KD Player Version 5 - Orange EN.png
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Orphaned non-free media (Image:KD Player Logo.jpg)
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Fair use rationale for File:KD Player Version 5 - Orange EN.png
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Please make an effort with all the references you are making in the Galaxy S II article.
There are no title, date, author, etc.
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Reference errors on 29 November
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