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Adobe Flash Player 10.1 Beta for Android Notification

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by inspiron41, Apr 18, 2010.

  1. inspiron41

    inspiron41 Well-Known Member
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  2. yea i signed up last night. fingers crossed
     
  3. SnotF

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    Nice... although "later this year" means... well you know...
     
  4. brokeoutangel

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    Signed up already but waiting semi-patiently(sp)
     
  5. Air Force One

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    Guys, I hope I'm wrong, but check out this link from almost a year ago and you tell me if it sounds familiar?

    Flash For Android, WebOS Landing In October - Adobe flash smartphones - Gizmodo

    The beta they are now promising is the same beta they promised us LAST JUNE would be released LAST OCTOBER! They are just trying to keep themselves on the pages of tech blogs.

    That link I posted was originally posted on Gizmodo Jun 23, 2009... almost a year ago. IMO, Adobe is jerking us off. They obviously have no issues with outright lies..and unfulfilled release dates. This is just another in a series of lies Adobe lays on us.

    I mean, did anyone notice when signing up for the beta they don't even ask what device you are using? Don't you think that MIGHT help them pick beta testers? Assuming of course they really want beta testers...;)
     
  6. daffyduck

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    Whahay, got my invitation for the Adobe Flash Beta - downloading now :)
     
  7. Air Force One

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    You better not be joking or I'm sending ninjas to get you...:)
     
  8. daffyduck

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    All I can say is wow, Flashing is great!
     
  9. jbrinkley

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    pics or ban
     
  10. inspiron41

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    gdi...where's my invitation. Do us a favor and save the *.apk file and upload it for the rest of us..........................................
     
  11. Trident

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  12. daffyduck

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    Okay, apologies, I was joking - sorry, bad joke I know :-(
     
  13. damm you daffy. Lol

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  14. daffyduck

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    Sorry, I am an arse, was just giggling to myself when I wrote the "flashing" bit!
     
  15. inspiron41

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    Move to banning!!!
     
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  17. Roze

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    Froyo (Android 2.2) will officially come with Flash 10.1 in its frosty center – Android and Me

    So it seems that when we get our Froyo, it'll come with Flash! Quick question...I'm not really into flash, I find that on some websites, it takes long for the site to load...that's on my computer. I don't want to think how 'fast' it'll be on my Nexus. So, I'm wondering why is everyone excited about Flash? Why is it such a good thing for our phones to have it? I've read on one blog that it's suppose to enhance our gaming experience on our phones. How so? What else would it 'enhance'? Also...with flash enabled...wouldn't it use MORE data from your data plan when you're visiting a site?

    Thanks,
    -Roze-
     
  18. ragingyeti

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    @Roze
    You aren't wrong. Flash will probably take up more data and take longer to load pages and so on, but I know I get slightly annoyed when I go to a web page only to find out that it is run with flash and therefore cannot see it on my phone when I need the information on there. I would rather the page load slowly than not at all. Besides, its not like its costing us extra so we might as well have it, right?
     
  19. ragingyeti

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    @Roze
    You aren't wrong. Flash will probably take up more data and take longer to load pages and so on, but I know I get slightly annoyed when I go to a web page only to find out that it is run with flash and therefore cannot see it on my phone when I need the information on there. I would rather the page load slowly than not at all. Besides, its not like its costing us extra so we might as well have it, right?
     
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