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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Kritter888, Jan 12, 2013.

  1. Kritter888

    Kritter888 Android Enthusiast
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  2. db2

    db2 Android Enthusiast

    That's weird. I had installed it from a copy I already had locally so I never even noticed that it's not in the Play Store for us!

    Who do we complain at?
     
  3. Kritter888

    Kritter888 Android Enthusiast
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    lol good question dunno ur better educated on android os then me but i read android started useing html 5 after gingerbread so iam guessing everything after gingerbread wouldnt have flash , i wouldnt have even known flash wasnt on my phone unless a app told me it didnt have it and tryed too bring me too the market too install it but that said file not there so so i went ahead and researched and found that we dont have it,
     
  4. mikeca

    mikeca Android Enthusiast

    I was able to load it from the play store as I had downloaded it for an older phone and it was saved. It is still in the store but doesn't come up when searching?
    Seems to be working. Even with the stock browser.
     
  5. db2

    db2 Android Enthusiast

    The word for that is "sideload".
     
  6. dibblebill

    dibblebill Android Expert

    Adobe's pulling support for Android versions of Flash in favor of HTML5.
     
  7. OlyDroid

    OlyDroid Newbie

    Just noticed flash player will install from the play store today. Looked at it in my list of installed apps>all and it didnt say "this app is not compatible with your device". Anyone else try it? Flash was updated on the 2nd of April.
     
  8. Kritter888

    Kritter888 Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    Its not for download off the play store though,send link? But i looked for adobe flash player on play store then only found adobe air so clicks show all apps by adobe & there is no adobe flash player for download by adobe, there's a variety of different flash player apps but not the official flash by adobe, that still has to be downloaded from my first link
     
  9. OlyDroid

    OlyDroid Newbie

    Yes, but if you ever installed adobe flash before it will still be under downloaded apps>all. Its always been there for me but this time it didn't say not compatible and gave the option to install. Works fine too. If i type adobe flash player in the play store it dosent show either. The app on google play says it was updated this month. Edit:Version 11.1.115.48 updated April 8,2013
     
  10. OlyDroid

    OlyDroid Newbie

    Just got an update message from google play. Checked and it was Adobe flash player and a few others. Hit update and its now at v11.1.115.54. Weird that it only shows up under all apps and not installed apps even after it's installed. All that it says under whats new is "bug fxes and security enhancements."
     

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