How to open .tar and .jar files on Iphone?

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NSV Nullsoft video software is a winamp file, if you own windows your easiest option is to download the latest version of winamp. Unless of course your looking for a way to convert the file to play on other sources and enable embedding :) Anyways thats VP3 (3.1) Propper IE VP3 encoded assumably ...
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