Adobe Flash 10.2 leaks for the Motorola XOOM tablet, brings dual-core support and full hardware acceleration
Android has no problems with Flash, and its browser on most mid-range to high-end devices support the full experience, bringing the Internet to your smartphone as the web designers intended.
The latest version of Adobe Flash - 10.2 - which should be released officially for mobile this weekend, has now leaked, and found its way onto the Motorola XOOM tablet, since now it offers full support for Android's tablet version.
If you upgrade to the latest Android Honeycomb firmware - 3.0.1 - Adobe Flash 10.2 will play in its full glory, taking advantage of the dual-core Tegra 2 chipset in the browser, improving rendering, and supporting full hardware acceleration with Stage Video, which diminishes CPU usage to much more tolerable levels.
You can download the .apk from the source link, and try it out on your Motorola XOOM tablets to check it out for yourself.
1. Sniggly posted on 15 Mar 2011, 03:15 1 6
And there you have it. I wonder if benchmark scores will be affected by this update.
Let the bashing and bullshit begin.
4. remixfa posted on 15 Mar 2011, 09:21 1 6
on other sites they already have benchmarks with the new update. Quad scores are up like 25% to like 2200 Woot. Another update or so and they should be in the high 2,000's.
2. stilt posted on 15 Mar 2011, 08:55 3 6
yeah the motorola xoom is completely the best right now with its adobe flash, i watched "the adjustment bureau" and "rango" last night on my 65" inch tv via the motorola xoom and the hdmi cable. try to do that iphone, ipad. went to fx.com and watched the episode that i missed of "justified" while i was a work yesterday. my co worker that has the ipad 2 "said how are you going to that site and you dont have flash on your xoom", i said, "yes i do buddy just downloaded it" he said, "man i bought the wrong damn device again" i said but your is pretty though, "he gave me the finger lol.
3. stilt posted on 15 Mar 2011, 09:10 2 7
oh and i said that atleast your ipad 2 is lighter now so when that light thin tablet falls and breaks cause its so thin you can use the parts as a fresbee out side then you can really multitask lol
7. www.toptabletreview.com (unregistered) posted on 15 Mar 2011, 20:40 1 0
it's a good news for us, there are too many sites need flash's support. and full hardware acceleration can extend tablet's battery life
8. jbh (unregistered) posted on 18 Mar 2011, 08:23 0 0
OK, it's March 18th; where is FLASH 10.2 for the XOOM?
9. jbh (unregistered) posted on 18 Mar 2011, 22:38 0 0
How are you viewing movies on the XOOM?
If so, what are you using to download movies to the XOOM?
Why isn't there an cool app to watch music videos? Like VEVO?
What can you with this thing besides play Angry Birds or surf the Internet?
I believe the XOOM entered the market too soon. This tablet still is not ready.
What good is FLASH 10.2 on the XOOM?
Can't wait to return it and get my money back.