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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by apples4, Nov 24, 2010.

  1. apples4

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    Does anyone know how to get flash player on a rooted 2.2 Eris? I currently have the Nonsensikal rom v13.2.. if that makes a difference.
     

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  2. doogald

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    There is no way yet to get Flash 10.1 on an Eris 2.2 Cyanogen ROM. There probably will not be - Flash is not supported by Adobe on the ARM processor that runs the Eris.
     
  3. after doing some research I learned that adobe is only making flash available for ARMv7 devices.

    Our phones have an ARMv6 Processor.


    whatever, I hate flash anyways.
     
  4. lennyjew

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    Somewhere on xda it had been mentioned that a group was working on trying to get the flashlite.apk (generic flash app for 2.1 eris)

    It's just a matter of isolating the HTC framework code needed to run it since it's one of those apps that are heavily integrated with Sense, and then somehow implementing it into a given framework such as CM.

    Haven't really looked into it in a while. Maybe after we get a Sense based Froyo we'll have that working for us.
     
  5. Aelhues

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    That really is a bummer. I really like Nonsensikal, but will miss flash. So the question will be for me to stick with Froyo, or go back to xtrROM.
     
  6. nomarsgirl

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    Wait, is this why my youtube videos won't play? Running CELB 3.6.
     
  7. doogald

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    If you are talking about the Youtube app, no, the Youtube app uses an H.264 player, and not flash.
     
  8. jae_63

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    Fortunately the Skyfire browser can view a lot of Flash content, although I wouldn't use it for my regular web browsing.

    If you use Skyfire occasionally, it's handy to pay ($1, as I recall) for the Quick App Clean Cache app, so that you can (relatively) quickly & easily clear Skyfire's cache, or the cache of other apps that you are ready to clear.
     
  9. Lars

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    Sounds like the stock rom with flash lite is closest you can get then.
     
  10. treyjones424

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    Not true. Go to xda and get tenzo 2.2.1. Its sense on 2.2.1 with flash enabled.
     

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