Welp.i got a replacement to test if it would fix the problem but apparently it doesn't..damm u flash!!!
I would stay with ur droid2,i dnt think this problem will be fixed anytime soon.i jst got a replacement to see if it was the problem,its not even the case lol.doesn't wrk at all..its just me though.if i had another smartphone that saported flash,id swich it bck in a heartbeat up until the issues get resolvedOriginally Posted by tmccorkel
Sooo..i called Motorola..and they said its a very known issue.the way iam takin it,they dont have a certain date when itll be fixed.basically its adobe's fault not wanting to saport android.the agent i was talkin too has the same problem.i guess we have to wait until further notice(if flash will even change it)they claim they will keep us posted.until then,it sucks for 80/90% of us
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I think it is just a transitional problem, we are just in the wrong in between stage. Once HTML 5 gets more wipe spread Flash won't be needed, which is why Adobe is stopping their support.
All the embedded videos I have tried on Chrome work for me and I don't have Flash installed, course I don't look at very many different sites with videos. I can surely see where the frustration lies, hopefully updated browsers for Android will address the issue.