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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Michaelvg1, Dec 23, 2009.

  1. Michaelvg1

    Michaelvg1 Member
    Thread Starter

    So I notice flash does not work on this phone. Am I missing something? Seems odd that the big "f" appears on Such an advanced phone.

  2. kennyidaho

    kennyidaho Android Enthusiast

    Flash works.
  3. durandetto

    durandetto Android Enthusiast

    It's Flash Lite, so i'm sure it won't support everything.
  4. kennyidaho

    kennyidaho Android Enthusiast

    And to add to that it only works on the included browser AFAIK.
  5. Michaelvg1

    Michaelvg1 Member
    Thread Starter

    Ok so what am I doing wrong? A big f appears for flash content and I am using the stock browser
  6. tatonka_Hero

    tatonka_Hero Android Expert

    on all flash pages? or just some? Give us some examples of what sites it doesn't work on, and we can see if it's just your phone
  7. shawheim_a

    shawheim_a Android Enthusiast

    i get the f alot too.
  8. poor_red_neck

    poor_red_neck Newbie

    Flash Lite can only handle animations, and simple Action script (formally VB Script (the programming script used in Adobe flash))

    Don't expect for games to work. If it is a streaming FLV, or a flash media streamer streaming a native filetype (mp3, mpg, mpg4 etc) then it will open the flash PLAYER (IE: Youtube)


    I believe WebKit 3.1 is using Flash Lite 3...

    The PC version of Adobe Flash is already on v10. So we're two whole versions below...

    If Flash Lite supported Flash 10 elements, we could do pretty much anything. You'd be limited by CPU processing power however.
  9. ajuarbe

    ajuarbe Newbie

    Does having flash lite mean you could stream Sirius Satellite Radio on this phone?
  10. Yeah, I tried to access LiveLeak.com from my Hero, but the videos wouldn't play.
  11. Visionikz03

    Visionikz03 Member

    yeh i wish it would support sites like grooveshark and playlist.com but im sure that has more advanced flash content that would prolly put a strain on the good ol qualicomm. oh well cant expect to do everything from a phone.

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