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Support Embedded videos on websites showing as Lego block

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by johnkeith, Dec 8, 2012.

  1. johnkeith

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    Never used to have a problem with video on websites but now many show up as Lego block. Presume this means missing software -how do I fix?
     

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    Which browser are you using? The same thing happens to me when I'm using Chrome.
    For me, using the stock browser fixed the problem.
     
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    Using Dolphin, I'll try the stock browser.
     
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    I've gotten it with stock browser too. Since it is all browsers but not all vidoes; I think its the individual site and not the phone?
     
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    I presume you are still using ICS 4.0.x? Make sure you have Flash installed this will then work in the stock browser but not in Chrome. Once you've upgraded to JB 4.1.x you will no longer be able to use Flash as Adobe are no longer supporting Android. (Opera may still work as the site is rendered on Operas servers not on your phone but I haven't tried it).
     

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