you could go to wimp.com, it did not work before froyo. I works great now, smoother than I thought it would. You can also test youtube's full site from your phone, even the vids that are not "optimized for mobile" will play.
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Are you positive you have Adobe Flash by Adobe installed, silly question I know. Sometimes I start downloading an application and find out later it never installed at all...WHY? Plus, there are flash players in the Market (technically flash is a standard...sort of like html and the millions of available web browsers) Also, you cannot open Adobe Air as it is a runtime (sort of like Java), meaning applications can run on it but it does not have an interface of its own and does not need a icon in the app draw!
If that does not work try flashing to a different custom ROM, they usually come with Adobe Flash (make sure you update it first if you can).
(Don't understand why this thread was moved... This isn't a device-specific issue, I don't think?)
thats why I brought it up. Some browsers dont support flash, and I should know because that is what I was running on my vibrant and couldnt get vids to work. So i switched to Skyfire and it worked for me. I didnt need the flash player plugin either from the market
If I try to install Flash 11 from market is says not compatible with my device. I downloaded and successfully ( I think ) installed Flash 11 from an APK file. It appears to be installed okay, having replaced earlier Flash 10.
I cannot seem to find any definitive means to test it however. I went to wimp.com and in Dolphin brower can view videos just fine. Someone suggested Skyfire browser which I tried but that gives me error saying I don't have Flash installed. It does play in it's own video player however, though that is limited to 3-day trial.
I deleted Skyfire as I saw no reason to keep another browser.
Now that Flash 11 seems to be installed I can no longer even find it listed in marketplace?
I tried to test it in a couple of video chat sites that use Flash and no button to start those even displays on the page?
Is there some site to actually test Flash on Android? Adobe site is of no use because it just says it is not installed, then sends me to Market place.
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