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webmaster-Kracked_P_P wrote:
as long as their camera can deal with them.
I tried, but mine will not.

Gee... That's a shame. I guess everyone will have to stop using QR codes, as your phone can't deal with them. ;-)

I've used them a few times with my Google Nexus One. I just open up Google Goggles and it automagically recognizes the QR code and produces the URL it points to. I can then touch the URL to open up a browser on that site.

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