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Adobe Flash 10.1 limited to Android 2.1

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by thefley, Feb 9, 2010.

  1. thefley

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    Adobe has announced today that Flash 10.1 will only work on Android smartphones running firmware 2.1 or later, a move that disappoints most Android phone owners out there, being that only one phone currently has 2.1, the Google Nexus One. Most Android phones still run firmware 1.5 or 1.6.

    Additionally, the company has said browser plugins for Android, webOS and Windows Mobile will be available before June.

    Adobe says that over 50 percent of all smartphones will have Flash support by 2012 and that most tablets will support it as well.

    Of course, Apple users will probably never see Flash support, given the ongoing battle of words between the two companies.

    YouTube - Flash Player 10.1 on Google's Nexus One Phone
     

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    Nice. I like that last line! Lol.
     
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    Now that Adobe Flash has been made available for Google Nexus One. When will it be made available for the HTC Hero (Sprint) now that we have 2.1.
     
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