The SN just transfers over to the new version, so it shouldn't be a problem. If you're in doubts, download the new version and open it. The spalsh screen should say that it's registered in your name. If it doesn't, and you don't recall the SN, dump the new version and go back to the old one.<br><br> My name is yoyo. Nice to meet you.
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