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Old March 13th, 2012, 09:09 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Argh! So flash or html5!?

Sorry, I am just a little aggravated...I bought a kindle more than anything so I can easily play my online game while traveling. The game I play is called Tactics arena Online-(www.tacticsarena.com/play) The game was made a while ago so it only requires FLASH 6 to play it. However I have a huge problem...
Although I can play the game on my phone HTC THUNDERBOLT(Too small screen), I cant play it on my kindle fire. It goes blank after loading on SILK..and when I use other browsers like FIREFOX it says missing PLUGIN.

Can I do something about this? Can I root and maybe download adobe off the website? ..

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Old March 13th, 2012, 10:06 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Sorry, I am just a little aggravated...I bought a kindle more than anything so I can easily play my online game while traveling. The game I play is called Tactics arena Online-(www.tacticsarena.com/play) The game was made a while ago so it only requires FLASH 6 to play it. However I have a huge problem...
Although I can play the game on my phone HTC THUNDERBOLT(Too small screen), I cant play it on my kindle fire. It goes blank after loading on SILK..and when I use other browsers like FIREFOX it says missing PLUGIN.

Can I do something about this? Can I root and maybe download adobe off the website? ..

You need to install the Adobe Flash Player app, you can get it from the Play Store and possibly the Adobe site.
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You need to install the Adobe Flash Player app, you can get it from the Play Store and possibly the Adobe site.
Yep, I agree! This post should be marked solved if he gets it working Your best bet is to always run Adobe Flash on your system.
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