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Adobe Flash Player

Discussion in 'Android Forum' started by JoJaJoEz, Jul 22, 2012.

  1. JoJaJoEz
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    I understand that Adobe Flash isn't supporting ICS. I'm wondering what we are supposed to do in the meantime. I can only see a few YouTube videos and I can't see anything on Crackle. Is there anything I (we) can do to watch videos.
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    Have you tried the Skyfire Browser?

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    Some phones don't allow it

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    There's a new flash download on the play store.. came out last week I think.. it fixes flash issues.
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    I have been looking for a flash download in the play store but have not had any luck. Could you tell me the name of the app or name of the download that will fix the flash issues.
    Thanks... Tom
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    I downloaded the new flash player 11 from the play store and it works great.

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    Flash player 11..
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    Interesting! I didn't know that

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    I've checked several times and is not there. I heard adobe wasn't going to offer flash for android devices anymore. That's hard to believe, but I can't find it anywhere.

    Bruce
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    I cannot find it either in the Google Play.
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    Go to play store, go to "my apps", scroll to the right to "all apps", scroll down through that list. It will be somewhere in that list, it just doesn't show up when you try to use the play store search engine.
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    Well, Flash was cut off from ICS on August 12. All phones made before have Flash, but those on, or after will not.
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    I found a flash player and it is called Photon Flash Player & Browser. It's a clumsy interface because you must launch it and then enter your video's URL inside of it. But I'm still working on it. Ugh, it's got ads!
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    ... And it cost TEN DOLLARS to get rid of them!! And they're constantly popping up on top of your video!
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    Go to the Play store, download the Android browser for free. Go to Adobe website if you don't already have the Flash apk . Once you have the Flash Player, open the Android browser, in its settings enable plug ins, start enjoying Flash based content.
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    Hold it! Found one much better than Photon. It's called Flashfox and it's from Mozilla! No ads; just like Firefox, in fact it's built on FF. It's early in my testing, but this may be the best answer to Adobe's non-support of Android for Flash video!
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    Adobe Flash is as good as dead, it was killed by Apple, many sites are moving away from it because IOS doesnt support it. HTML 5 will be our future!
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    I don't feel it had anything to do with Apple at all. It's dead/dying because it has been such a big security issue for so long and because HTML 5 is going to take it's place. I wouldn't want to be in Adobe's shoes where all the releases they have had for a very long time have only bneen to plug security holes. It gets tired after a while.
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    It may be the future but it's been a very poor rollout. Not enough sites support it yet and thus there's the constant issue of dealing with flash crashing and no available alternative. Just lots of headaches so far.
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