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Old February 6th, 2013, 07:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am looking to get the t300 but I have read it does not come with flash. Does that mean I can't watch certain website/programs like USA /the suits show.... Let me in on this hang up I have. No espn and stuff like that or having it updated to JB it does "support" flash (able) content

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Old February 6th, 2013, 10:48 PM   #2 (permalink)
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You should be able to use the last Flash version for ICS. Also, a lot of the custom ROMs come with Flash already added.
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Old February 6th, 2013, 10:59 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Thank you-

SO----I think I want to get this tablet over the others (N7, N10-too expensive, samsung Tab2 7or10)
I think this ASUS will do definitely good with the keyboard too

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Old February 6th, 2013, 11:30 PM   #4 (permalink)
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I really like mine. I've got the dock/keyboard too.
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Depends what you want it for. I want mine as a laptop replacement, and with the keyboard and expandable memory it is ideal for that.
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Yes flash on stock firefox
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Old February 17th, 2013, 09:33 AM   #7 (permalink)
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Yes flash on stock firefox
I have tried Firefox, but "flash" is not working.... (like ESPN)
what to do

Any Web browser that does flash?

Perhaps I needs to root and find a ROM that offers flash.... I REALLY NEED IT!

anyone have thoughts and ideas?
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Did you install the latest ICS apk?
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Did you install the latest ICS apk?
No - (silly me - I updated w/o thinking about flash that's not w/ jb)
Do u have the. apk?
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No - (silly me - I updated w/o thinking about flash that's not w/ jb)
Do u have the. apk?

Here ya go.

Adobe_Flash_Player_11.1-111115007.apk
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Hi all,
Just got the tablet today and the ota jelly bean update.

I was disappointed that Flash is no more supported, so I came to this thread and dowloaded the apk.
Unfortunately it seems that the stock web browser gets a forced close every time i try to open a page containing Flash.

Maybe due to jelly bean ?
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Don't bother with the stock app. Either Dolphin or Chrome are much better and are free from the Play Store. IIRC Dolphin allows you to use flash, not sure about Chrome.
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AFAIK chrome does not support Flash.

I may give a try to Dolphin or Opera
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Boat browser is also good.
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I downloaded the apk directly from Adobe web site and now the stock browser is able to show Flash videos, but it is unstable, so I disabled the plug-ins.

I tried Firefox and it seems ok, so I guess I will use Firefox when I want to see a web site with flash videos
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I downloaded the apk directly from Adobe web site and now the stock browser is able to show Flash videos, but it is unstable, so I disabled the plug-ins.

I tried Firefox and it seems ok, so I guess I will use Firefox when I want to see a web site with flash videos
i use Firefoxbeta all the time all you have to do us flash is click on it to activate plug in (flash)
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