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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by boatman, Aug 16, 2010.

  1. boatman

    boatman Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    Sorry to start a new thread on this, but I have read lots in various different threads, but not sure what is right and up to date.

    My understanding is that for current verizon ota update, flash is not yet included, and to get it, the beta version, you must download , not from the market, but hosted site.

    Not sure this is the most recent version

    Also, it seemed from reading everyones experience that this beta release runs very slowly, and probably not worth the install?

    Any up to date info is greatly appreciated. Thanks

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  2. boatman

    boatman Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    bump. 52 views, with the expertise on this board, someone must know...
  3. adostrom

    adostrom Member

    No one is answering because it has been answered in many, many different threads, many, many times. It works fine for me.
  4. VIO

    VIO Android Enthusiast

    stop it. Don't generalize me into your group of unhelpful people.

    That version looks like the latest one to me.

    I say why not install and give it a whirl? it works, you may not like it, but it doesn't involve much investment to find out.

    Personally i only use it for a few specific things, like non youtube videos. it is annoying sometimes, but I like to have it installed.
  5. Droidood

    Droidood Well-Known Member

    Official Flash 10.1 just appeared in the market for Nexus One, so hopefully we'll see it soon.

    I wonder how many people will read the first part of that sentence then come back here bitching when they still can't find it...
  6. twistedlim

    twistedlim Android Expert

    It works choppy for me. I just use it for youtube and the youtube app works better. I keep getting this bar across the screen that has chache on the end. The vids are pausing a lot. I don't know if it is bugs with the app or my phone. Runnning FRG22 and a chevy 1ghz med kernel.
    I tried the one in the link and it was not any better than the others I have tried.
  7. Jebus

    Jebus Member

    This question has been asked waaay too many times I think.
  8. boatman

    boatman Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    Thanks for your help. As I said in the original post "but I have read lots in various different threads, but not sure what is right and up to date."

    I tried this version out and it seemed a bit buggy.
  9. Jebus

    Jebus Member

    You could always just wait til the official version hits the Motorola Droid. Instead of trying to get it from online. =O
  10. G.Armour

    G.Armour You know you want to.

    Ugh! I couldn't find it in the market!

    Oh wait, you said for the N1. ;)
    And yes, that's the latest version. Beta 3
  11. Phone Guy

    Phone Guy Member

    Isn’t flash for the Droid supposed to be available in the Market on August 18? I do not see it.
  12. defkorn

    defkorn Android Enthusiast

    I'm running CyanogenMod 6.0 RC3 and it shows up for me. Version is what I got from the Market, I believe it showed up Monday.
  13. Phone Guy

    Phone Guy Member

    Do i need to uninstall the flash bata 3 in order to to see the update in the market?

    I am not rooted i did the force 2.2 update.
  14. PridgNYC

    PridgNYC Member

    I posted a link to the at the end of the thread linked above, it is still not available on the market for us original droid users (non-root). But the link I posted for manual install works fine on FRG01B.
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