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Support Thunderbolt update issues (4.0.4)

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Aaaah, Feb 15, 2013.

  1. Aaaah

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    I woke up this morning to find my beloved Thunderbolt completely changed. :dontknow: I guess it updated to 4.0.4 (at least that's what it's on now) and I am no longer able to watch any videos in the browser. :frown::(:mad:

    Someone please save me from this video-less fate!
     

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    I am assuming the videos you are trying to play use flash in browser. It is my understanding from reading through various forums and updates that ICS (4.0.4) and others do not have flash embedded in the chrome web browser by default. That is the reason why.

    There are many videos on youtube or help sites that will show you how to do it. There is a fix to your problem.
     
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    When isnstalling Flash from that website, what do you "click" when it asks
    Download Locations for Adobe Flash:

    External Mirror #1
    External Mirror #2
     
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    Apparently Adobe has no solution for this whatsoever, because their website is useless. It doesn't address the Android 4.0.x issue at all, and you get sent to the Play Store to find the message about "no support" there.
     

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