I know Macs and PC's. Never got into Smartphones. Thought I'd check out Android. So I bought a Chinese Tablet PC from eBay (silly man, I'm sure you'll say). Eken MT705 , running a Telechips 8902 processor. Android OS 2.3.3. Or at least that's what the man who sold it to me said it is. No Adobe Flash support. Android Market tells me that 10.3 is not compatible. Adobe's website seems to think I've got an Apple product when I try there. Device seems to have the the most up-to-date firmware/OS available. I've since come to understand that the OS version specification is not common across all manufacturers and software compatibility is hardware dependent. (!) Any ideas for a fix/work-around that would enable me to view Flash content embedded in html etc webpages?? Don't even mind radical software/firmware reconfigurations, if that's possible. Though I'm not even sure if I can return it to Factory Default yet. But I don't want to spend alot of money on a device that, because of its purpose, will probably get broken or lost quite quickly. Any ideas, anyone? Alternatively I could use it as a picture frame. Or maybe a drinks mat. P.S. What do the Chinese use instead of Flash for embedded internet media? Maybe I could learn Mandarin and watch their stuff instead. An 'Internet Mobile Device' that doesn't support Flash. Really?!