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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by dpessing, Aug 17, 2010.

  1. dpessing

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    I know I will sound like a noob but I got froyo on my evo and i was wondering what version of flash it has?
     

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    Should be 10.1.72.7

    Official release for Nexus One was 10.1.92.8
     
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    Now do I have to download anything to my phone to take full advanage of Flash? Or, am I good to go by simply adding Froyo?
     
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    I think if you want to watch Hulu, you need to install a custom version of flash and spoof your browser's user-agent. Other than that, flash works fine on 2.2.
     
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