Okay, as most of us know currently the Adobe Flash 10.1 apk that is out is the Nexus One version, and thus does not show up in the Android marketplace on our Droids running the official frg01b OS. HOWEVER, Cyanogenmod 6.0.0-rc3 DOES show Flash 10.1 in the market, because due to legal issues they cannot package the Google Apps with the ROM; and instead choose to bundle the N1 version of the Google Apps as a seperate download. Therefore, Flash 10.1 shows up since the Marketplace apk is the one for the N1. (Unlike some market problems which are caused by the build fingerprint in build.prop; this particular 'issue' has a different root cause. In fact it's not a true 'issue', it's by design) So, to get to my point. I was running CM6.0.0-r3 for awhile last night, and had downloaded Flash 10.1 from the market. This morning, I decided to go back to my rooted "offical" frg01b ROM. Once it booted back up, something weird happened. It auto-downloaded the Flash 10.1 app from the market. From that point on, it was searchable in the marketplace and shows as "Installed" under downloads. Apparently, my having downloaded it prior with CM6 tricked it into downloading through frg01b's marketplace app. That is the only way I can explain this. I am not providing pics, this is on purpose. If I take a screenshot of Flash 10.1 showing up in my marketplace, I have absolutely no way to PROVE it was taken on frg01b, the marketplace looks the same on all 2.2 ROMs and the pic would be meaningless. However, take my word for it, this did indeed happen to me. Just thought it was a bit interesting. And before anyone suggests it, installing the Google Apps package from Cyanogenmod WILL make Flash appear in the market. But it will also seriously hinder the stability of your OS. They may work well on CM6, but they are mostly incompatible with the official frg01b. Gmail app won't even load, force closes as soon as you hit the icon. For anyone who wishes to install it on their Droid without having to go through all of that, i've pulled it from my droid and attached it to this post. Please rename it from pkg.zip to flash10.apk - I had to change it to a .zip file due to attachment size and extension restrictions, and pkg is what Astro file manager decided to name it. Be assured, it IS the official Flash 10.1 though.