Adobe 10.1 on nexus one

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  1. Jacmeister

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    Hi Guys

    new member here, before i install the Adobe 10.1 flash app, can anyone tell me if this is a necessity to view full web pages or does it slow down the overall speed of the browser to make it not worth putting on.


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  2. lunatic59

    lunatic59 Moderati ergo sum
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    It's only necessary if you want to view Flash
     
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  3. Rusty

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    Set the plugin options to on demand rather than all the time, that way you don't have to view any Flash content unless you choose to.
     
  4. only drawback is that its a huge file
     
  5. CodeMonkey

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    It certainly is - I sacrificed mine for Skype. Just waiting on CoPilot / Swype to implement Apps2SD so I can reinstall Flash..
     
  6. ap3604

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    LoL I am the same way when it comes to my Nexus memory. I guard it like nobodies business and always keep it at 80% or above :D

    I don't have flash or skype or documents to go currently on my phone just because I don't use them that much and want my phone to run smooth as butter :cool:

    Of course I could just be crazy (probably the case) but currently the biggest app on my Nexus is Facebook at 3.07mb and I plan to keep it that way ;)
     
  7. Rusty

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    Why not just force things to SD rather than wait?
     
  8. CodeMonkey

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    I understand there are some issues with this - ie apps forced across will not update from market unless reinstalled etc?
     
  9. macprv

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    ^^ nope.. i had no problem at all after changing the default install location
     
  10. Roze

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    Yar...you are weird, mate :p haha the only app that I had to uninstall was Google Earth before it has the ability to move to the SD.
     
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