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Adobe Flash Player 10.1.106.15 update now available in Android Market, Tegra 2 need not apply

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Adobe Flash Player 10.1.106.15 update now available in Android Market, Tegra 2 need not apply
A new version of the all-important Adobe Flash Player crept up onto Android Market. Adobe doesn't specify what the 10.1.106.15 update adds or fixes, but before we installed the update, our prototype Sony Ericsson Xperia Arc was unable to display video in the all-Flash Unreal Tournament website, so it must have value, after all.

It's definitely not Adobe Flash 10.2 yet, which is supposed to work ten times faster than the current version, but there are obviously some merits to it, so installing it is a no-brainer. Those who can't take advantage of the 10.1.106.15 update, though, are the few folks with NVIDIA Tegra 2-based devices. Adobe warns that this will not work on them, and there will be a separate version coming out at a later time, that will support Tegra 2. So much for the lack of fragmentation in Androidlandia.

source: AndroidCentral

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