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Old July 13th, 2012, 03:00 PM   #101 (permalink)
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I have 4.0.4 running on my Xoom and it plays Flash Video's just fine. I just succeeded watching one on ABC news and confirmed it was flash by hitting the same page in chrome (which told me I needed flash to watch it). I don't think this is a 4.0.4 or Motorola specific problem but may be down to the ROM on the phone.

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I have 4.0.4 running on my Xoom and it plays Flash Video's just fine. I just succeeded watching one on ABC news and confirmed it was flash by hitting the same page in chrome (which told me I needed flash to watch it). I don't think this is a 4.0.4 or Motorola specific problem but may be down to the ROM on the phone.
Since this is affecting users that have the OTA....I would say its a Motorola problem.

Your post and the one before yours confirms it.
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Since this is affecting users that have the OTA....I would say its a Motorola problem.

Your post and the one before yours confirms it.
I think I may have misstated here. What I meant to say that it's an issue with the OS for the RAZR rather than a generic 4.0.4 issue or one for Motorola based devices. So in that essence yes it may be classed as a Motorola problem - I see your point.

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Old July 13th, 2012, 09:05 PM   #104 (permalink)
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I think I may have misstated here. What I meant to say that it's an issue with the OS for the RAZR rather than a generic 4.0.4 issue or one for Motorola based devices. So in that essence yes it may be classed as a Motorola problem - I see your point.

My apologies.
Ahhh...I see...lol. And I totally missed it that the last 2 posts were probably talking about stock ICS.

I hear Galaxy Nexus owners have no problems with Flash too...Motorola needs to update the RAZR soon..
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Actually,there is a way to get flash support on your ics .211 razr. Root your razr using Matt's 1.7 utility install ics safestrap 2.0 and install this rom -http://www.droidrzr.com/index.php/topic/2405-romcdmakoa-aokp-milestone-6-final-build-792012/. the utility can be found in droidrzr.com and safestrap and the rom are also there. And yes, southpark does play in this rom; . Therefore something in the standard 404.211 is blocking flash from working.
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Actually,there is a way to get flash support on your ics .211 razr. Root your razr using Matt's 1.7 utility install ics safestrap 2.0 and install this rom -http://www.droidrzr.com/index.php/topic/2405-romcdmakoa-aokp-milestone-6-final-build-792012/. the utility can be found in droidrzr.com and safestrap and the rom are also there. And yes, southpark does play in this rom; . Therefore something in the standard 404.211 is blocking flash from working.
I also see a new ICS leak for the RAZR. Imma try that first...If it fixes Flash...I will be back to using custom ROMs, leaks again.
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. 214 is just a kernel leak which may improve battery life. I have it on mine. It doesn't fix flash. Any system update moving forward won't work with flash. That solution needs to come from Adobe.
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. 214 is just a kernel leak which may improve battery life. I have it on mine. It doesn't fix flash. Any system update moving forward won't work with flash. That solution needs to come from Adobe.
Which is why people need to stop freaking out and wait for adobe to fix it.
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There is a .215. version there now. Either way..I'll be flashing something today...lol.
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.215 is a kernel that removes. 214 and brings it back to. 211! Calm down. If you want flash the only way to get it is the way I've described. I'm quite knowledgeable on this subject. Wishing for a different scenario will not make something magically appear.
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Then they need to change this thread with updated info:

6.16.215 Ics Update Leak (Install From 211) - DroidRzr.com

Like I said...either way...I will be flashing something today.....to see whats what. Wanna see whats different in that .215 anyway tho.
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Sorry, thats something different. However the upgrade will not let you attain flash. Good luck
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Just a word of caution; its not wise to flash a leak until you know whether it is beneficial or deleterious to your phone. If it is adverse and can't be rolled back you'll be kicking yourself in the you know what.
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Old July 14th, 2012, 03:32 PM   #114 (permalink)
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Just a word of caution; its not wise to flash a leak until you know whether it is beneficial or deleterious to your phone. If it is adverse and can't be rolled back you'll be kicking yourself in the you know what.
I agree...

I have been doing this since the Droid 1 in 2010. Skipped all the Cheesecake madness with more recent phones....lol.

I never really do it now on phones locked down like this unless there is confirmation of a way to go back to stock. Since this just popped up today.....it might be too early to say if we can or not.

But I agree with your warning.
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Actually,there is a way to get flash support on your ics .211 razr. Root your razr using Matt's 1.7 utility install ics safestrap 2.0 and install this rom -http://www.droidrzr.com/index.php/topic/2405-romcdmakoa-aokp-milestone-6-final-build-792012/. the utility can be found in droidrzr.com and safestrap and the rom are also there. And yes, southpark does play in this rom; . Therefore something in the standard 404.211 is blocking flash from working.
Using this ROM. No flash videos work. Tried ABC.com and CW.com Suggestions?
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Believe it or not I am on the road and I just watched the first video I saw on abc.com called the rookies. Are you sure you're not using chrome browser?
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Also, in settings make sure you enable javascript and flash plugins
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Dolphin browser. All on. (Java/flash/etc...) Will try disabling pop up blocker. Which UI are you using? Desktop/Android/iPhone /iPad? Tried them all.

Going to try Opera.
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Flash works on all the aokp/cm9 roms I've tried. I'm currently on full throttle cm9 (super fast btw). On this rom I had to install flash and adobe air then reboot to get it working
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I just happen to like this particular 1 because it has hdmi out.
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Flash works on all the aokp/cm9 roms I've tried. I'm currently on full throttle cm9 (super fast btw). On this rom I had to install flash and adobe air then reboot to get it working
Currently on KOA AOKP ROM. Have flash and adobe air installed. Tried uninstalling and reinstalling. Rebooted. Still not working. Help?
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I have no idea why it wouldn't work for you. I tested abc and it worked on koa aokp. Reflashing the rom or trying a different one is the only thing i can think of.
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OK. Will try ROM you are on....Nothing to lose....
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Flash works on all the aokp/cm9 roms I've tried. I'm currently on full throttle cm9 (super fast btw). On this rom I had to install flash and adobe air then reboot to get it working
Full Throttle CM9 didn't allow led to blink with screen on. (My biggest gripe...) Didn't test flash video. I downloaded Full Throttle AOKP, and so far, it is amazing! ABC.com worked. So, thank you!!!
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Whoever recommended this ROM....wow! Seriously? Does it all.....Thank you!
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Well the truth of it is flash is out dated and HTML 5 is way better. Once it catches on it will be good
Unfortunately, once fragmentation of HTML5 sets in, it will probably revive Flash and other technologies perceived as outdated because of claims that a new paradigm being ushered in would be unified and would render everything else obsolete, just like previous attempts to unify proved to be equally (un)successful... think C++ (write once, compile anywhere), Java (write once, run everywhere, etc...)

If previous HTML versions were fragmented by individual companies with their own tweaks to encourage more market share for themselves, why would HTML5 be any different in the end? It won't be, and "freedom to innovate" will be the usual and predictable excuse to stray from this fledgling "open standard". The only constant is change...

I did a quick google search and, despite a lot of red herring articles, some valid ones are already popping up about HTML5 fragmentation... and not all browsers support what still isn't an official standard yet... even when it becomes official, fragmentation is still going to be an issue... the red herring ones claiming Android will cause HTML5's standard to accelerate or how Android is causing the HTML5 fragmentation, or how Android is fragmented due to all the devices out there... not many about HTML5 being fragmented by companies to ensure their market share increases despite HTML5 being an "open standard"...
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Unfortunately, flash is no longer working. I upgrade to 2.16.215 for battery....Anyone else have this?
**EDIT*** My own stupidity. It works.....sorry!
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Which is why people need to stop freaking out and wait for adobe to fix it.
Squeeky wheel gets the grease. Keep on whining everyone! I want Flash support!
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I find it strange that it works with some ROMs, but not others. No good on KOA AOKP, or Full Throttle CM based, but perfect with Full Throttle AOKP....

Leads me to believe it isn't Flash that isn't working, but the ROM...
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I have come up with some work arounds for some sites. You can watch full episodes of Southpark by going to http://androidforums.com/southpark-zone.blogspot.com. You will need to view the site in the dolphin hd browser and make sure adobe air and flashplayer are installed. Also scroll to the bottom of the page and tap view web version. Look to the right side of the page part way down and zoom in to choose your season then episode, again scroll to bottom to tap view web version. Then you can play them in the browser. As far as desktop youtube videos in hd... Use google chrome and the play like a breeze! Again, make sure you have adobe air and flashplayer installed.. I am not having any trouble getting around this issue with flash.. Try this, im sure it will work fine as it has for many others..
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Exactly. I still can't believe Adobe isn't gonna support Android anymore. Flash is definitely one of the major selling points of androids.
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I have come up with some work arounds for some sites. You can watch full episodes of Southpark by going to southpark-zone.blogspot.com. You will need to view the site in the dolphin hd browser and make sure adobe air and flashplayer are installed. Also scroll to the bottom of the page and tap view web version. Look to the right side of the page part way down and zoom in to choose your season then episode, again scroll to bottom to tap view web version. Then you can play them in the browser. As far as desktop youtube videos in hd... Use google chrome and the play like a breeze! Again, make sure you have adobe air and flashplayer installed.. I am not having any trouble getting around this issue with flash.. Try this, im sure it will work fine as it has for many others..
This works in Opera Browser as long as you have the UI set to "desktop"...
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Works fine for me in stock browser on mobile setting. But other sites don't at all. Weird
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Hello all. I hope you can help me. I bought a refurbished galaxy tab 2 for my wife. She watches a lot of videos online especially from Asian sites such as youku. Many of the videos freeze and lock up the browser. I've done research and know that freezing on flash sites is a common problem as adobe stopped supporting flash on ICS. but the strange thing is that the same videos that freeze on the galaxy tab will play on my ipad which also does not support flash. So I'm very confused. Btw the freezing happens on the stock browser, Firefox and dolphin. (Also sometimes the video does not freeze but consistently blinks). I hope I given you enough info. Can anyone help?
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Hello all. I hope you can help me. I bought a refurbished galaxy tab 2 for my wife. She watches a lot of videos online especially from Asian sites such as youku. Many of the videos freeze and lock up the browser. I've done research and know that freezing on flash sites is a common problem as adobe stopped supporting flash on ICS. but the strange thing is that the same videos that freeze on the galaxy tab will play on my ipad which also does not support flash. So I'm very confused. Btw the freezing happens on the stock browser, Firefox and dolphin. (Also sometimes the video does not freeze but consistently blinks). I hope I given you enough info. Can anyone help?
Internet connection? Memory?
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Try using Firefox. I use it on my Nexus 7 and flash works perfectly and I'm running 4.1.2

EDIT: never mind, I should learn to read the whole post before I say something. But it still goes to show that flash will still work.
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In JellyBean, need to use Puffin Browser.
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Or fire fox, or dolphin, or xscope. There's multiple choices.
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Dolphin didn't play the flash videos for me...I will try the others...
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Make sure you enable plug ins in the settings menu to always or whatever. I think dolphin defaults to on demand
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Use Firefox then. It works fine
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Dolphin didn't play the flash videos for me...I will try the others...
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Or fire fox, or dolphin, or xscope. There's multiple choices.
Tried them all just now. None work.
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Firefox works just fine for me on jelly bean even.. Do you have flash player installed??
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And flash works fine for me in my stock browser on my maxx. So I'm not sure what you're doing wrong.
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Old November 1st, 2012, 02:22 PM   #148 (permalink)
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Which OS? ICS or JB? Custom ROM?
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So, even tho it no longer works, is it safe to leave Flash player installed? Or should I uninstall it to be safe???
Check to see if it works first by try the southparkstudios link above. If it works leave it in if it don't uninstall it as not worth taking up space on phone memory.
On my ICS razr Maxx it gives error not supported and the southparkstudios link will not play any videos. So I uninstalled it.
But may be different on different peoples phones even with ICS.
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The site linked played the South Park Movie on native browser.

I want to know if anyone can get a video to load from abc.com A full episode. Thanks.
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