Adobe Flash Player Issue

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  1. Lv2bemommy

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    This is my first post on this forum. I often find answers to my troubleshoot questions without having to post. THANKS!

    I have a Droid2Global. The Adobe site says that Flash Player 10.1 was supposed to be pre-installed. It does not seem to be. At least I do not see it. I do have Adobe Reader and it works well.

    So I downloaded Flash Player from the Android Market. It is Flash Player 10.2. It says it is installed but it is not listed in my applications. When I look at it in the market it says open / uninstall. The open tab is light gray and does not click open.

    It is not working.

    I googled this issue, searched this forum and checked on the adobe site as well as spoke to a Verizon representative. No luck.

    My issue is that I do not have Flash Player working on my phone and it should be there.

    Any tips or suggestions?

    Thank you in advance!!
     
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    Hit menu, then settings /applications /manage applications. It should be there.

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    Ok. Thank you! I see it, but it is not working. Any suggestions for that?
     
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    It's not an app you launch. You can't open it. You keep it installed to view flash from websites. Makes sense.

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    That makes sense. But my concern is that it is not working. I am on a chat with Motorola.
     
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    I had to do a factory data reset.

    Now it is working.

    Motorola helped.

    Thank you!
     
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    Glad you got it:)
     
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