Update for Adobe Flash Player fixes issues on Samsung Galaxy S II and more
The update fails to bring Flash to Android 4.0. Adobe has said that it will offer a build of the Flash Player app for Ice Cream Sandwich, but it has yet to be released. This means that those Samsung GALAXY Nexus users who like to have Flash on their browser will have to wait. And yeah, U.S. smartphone users are still waiting for the GALAXY Nexus to be launched from Verizon, so those in the States haven't missed a thing so far.
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source: Adobe via AndroidCentral
1. networkdood posted on 12 Dec 2011, 19:58 2 0
"Adobe recommends installing the update."
I would think that Adobe would always wants us to install updates....
2. 530gemini posted on 12 Dec 2011, 20:56 0 5
Issues? I thought flash runs smoothly on mobile, hahahahaha.
4. IHatePhones posted on 12 Dec 2011, 21:18 2 0
Ahh good to see that Adobe is doing as they said. I'm glad they keep pushing out updates and fixes for a product that is on many MANY different devices. Honestly though it did seem fine on my SGSII before the update but ohh well.
5. remixfa posted on 12 Dec 2011, 21:45 2 0
I havent seen a single person complain about streaming on the SGS2. interesting.
7. Dmann posted on 13 Dec 2011, 10:11 0 0
I had some problems before with some... alternative streaming video websites, lol!!
But it´s much better now.
8. 530gemini posted on 13 Dec 2011, 13:16 0 1
Of course you haven't. You live in fandroidland, where all android devices are perfect, and flash runs smoothly all the time :)
9. ElectroManiac posted on 13 Dec 2011, 19:34 0 0
Gemini and you lived in a land where iOS 5 doesn't have battery problems and iPhone 4 antenna gate doesn't exist.
Come on gemini you can't call others famboy when you truly are one.
At least I have seen remixfa mention some flaws on android phones once. You on the other hand iPhone is perfect in your eyes.