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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Nbcrompton, Jan 7, 2010.

  1. Nbcrompton

    Nbcrompton Newbie
    Thread Starter

    What are some flash sites we can look forward to once 2.1 shows up. I cant wait for Justin.tv.

  2. messenger13

    messenger13 Android Expert

    I don't care so much about "Flash sites" and/or playing Flash games ... I just want to be able to surf sites that incorporate Flash into their site. And that is about 75% of the sites out there. :eek:
  3. Fabolous

    Fabolous Superuser

    Here, I corrected your question.

    There is no flash support in Android 2.1! Why do people keep thinking that Flash support is coming in the update?

    It's NOT!

    Flash will be released by Adobe when it's done.
  4. ShooKeN

    ShooKeN Lurker

  5. Nbcrompton

    Nbcrompton Newbie
    Thread Starter

  6. DeeMat

    DeeMat Newbie

  7. Soultics

    Soultics Well-Known Member

    Castle Age!

    (All the Facebook flash games)
  8. pilotcharles747

    pilotcharles747 Well-Known Member

    Espn, espn360,nfl, nfl network, nfl field pass, knbr, 104.5 nashville sports, espn radio. ......so on and so. But like fab said, its gonna b a while its like imagining what's under the tree in october. Let's get through halloween first. When 2.1 comes (which may be feb before it gets pushed by moto or verizon) its probably going to incorporate software changed to prepare for it (flash) when it is finally released from adobe. They are doing the right thing takin there time to fix all issues on all the platforms b4 it gets released. Last thing u want is a bunch of ppl complaining about flash is freezing or causing fcs. Calm down on the excitment just a bit.
  9. BucYouUp68

    BucYouUp68 Android Enthusiast

    It is amazing how people don't read, I think this has been posted so many times, and cant believe i am posting to this. READ people, please.
  10. skunkpbguy

    skunkpbguy Android Enthusiast

    When Adobe makes all our lives complete with Flash 10.1, I shall play flash games until my fingers melt onto my battery door.
  11. taz55

    taz55 Well-Known Member

    hulu and a few... ummmmm adult ones
  12. vincentp

    vincentp Android Expert

    I can't believe it took that many replies before someone mentioned Hulu. That's basically the reason I want Flash on my phone.
  13. justjosh

    justjosh Newbie

  14. moneymaker

    moneymaker Newbie

    Well i was about to get a droid till the nexus came about. Im getting that, its more sleek, slimmer and lighter than all that metal on the droid. You arnt missing anything from droids keyboard, seriously the keys are so flush and flat you cant type as fast as say a blackberry. most people i know with droids end up using the onscreen keyboard anyway. The faster processor on the nexus is another plus the screen size and resolution is the same...Nexus all day.
  15. Nbcrompton

    Nbcrompton Newbie
    Thread Starter

    What does that have to do with anything.. Physical Keyboard=Gaming...
  16. JediJesus

    JediJesus Android Enthusiast

    Hulu blocked access from the ps3 so im pretty sure they will block access for smartphones. Of course I could be wrong, It's been awhile since I have tried Hulu on the ps3. It sucked because Hulu rocked on the ps3.

    I'm looking forward to the IGN.com video page and a netflix app would be nice. I'm not sure if that uses flash or not.
  17. pilotcharles747

    pilotcharles747 Well-Known Member

    hey buzz kill i think this discussion was what flash site you looking forward to, not why i think the nexus is better then the droid. Look I am glad you are getting you a nexus and i hope you enjoy it, but some of us may prefer the droid over the htc nexus one. Its all in preference, I actually want a keyboard so the nexus is out of discussion. Having the iphone before, which probably has the best touch screen keyboard to date, I type better on my droid keyboard then on my iphone screen. And if my hands are a little dirty from work I would rather type on a keyboard then a screen.......but again to each his/her own. Enjoy your phone and lets just hold off on my phone is better then your ok....:cool:
  18. vonfeldt7

    vonfeldt7 Well-Known Member

    No kidding, except that I thought that they were going to block access on mobile devices???
  19. radikal

    radikal Android Expert

    meh, it will be cool to have for certain things, i think they will have to optimize some games for phones... like farmville mobile! or those sniper games for mobile, a mouse is small, my finger is HUGE!
  20. Fadelight

    Fadelight Android Expert

    Flash will see a great deal of use on my phone, if nothing else, for Southparkstudios.com. :D
  21. colnago

    colnago Android Expert

    I don't think access is "blocked" so much as the version of Flash is not supported by the version running on the phone. I get prompted for an upgrade "now", when trying to connect via my n900. The site itself renders perfectly, though a little slow, but video just returns a request to update Flash. The extreme amount of lag, and audio being out of sync (though audio played in real time) made watching impossible.

    I hope you guys get a hardware optimized version.
  22. dmodert66

    dmodert66 Android Expert

    While its true flash is still in beta, once it is done it is going to be an ota update for Droid. This was confirmed by several people in the moto Booth. I am going to try to get some hands on tomorrow and ill give my impressions.

    As to what I am most looking forward to wit flash? Well if the hints and rumors turn out true, it will be the android slingbox client...
  23. daddyd302

    daddyd302 Android Enthusiast

    Come on people stop lying to yourself, you know the first site you're gonna visit is a porn site. :D
  24. alostpacket

    alostpacket Over Macho Grande?

    The only way that hulu would know how to block a phone is by the user agent string sent by the browser and / or flash itself. The browser part is easy to circumvent but I can't think of a way to get around flash reporting the user's OS. :(
  25. Needsdecaf

    Needsdecaf Android Expert

    When I looked at this thread title and before I opened it, my over / under for someone saying p0rn was post 3. Guess I lost. :(


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