Download: Official Flash 10.1 (V10.1.92.8) for Any Android 2.2 Phone

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    We just posted up a way for you to find the official Flash 10.1 in the market and in the comments, one of our amazing readers happened to post up the .apk file which doesn’t even require root in order to install. In fact, all you need is to be on a phone running Android 2.2 and you can run it. No root required people. Enjoy your Flash.


    Download: com.adobe.flashplayer-1.apk

    And so you know, I tested this on my 2.2 Droid X and stock non-rooted 2.2 Droid 1.

    http://www.droid-life.com/2010/08/23/download-official-flash-10-1-v10-1-92-8-for-froyo-now/
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    I consider myself a pretty tech savvy guy and good thing given I'm the IT guy at my company but I find it strange that I'm just realizing that us Droid 1 (and I suppose even the latest and greatest Droid) users may have a hard time seeing Flash in all it's beauty. I noticed this when I first downloaded and played with the beta version (1.72 or something) and tested it on the first two sites I've been wanting to use it with; Newgrounds and...xhamster (blush). One thing that I realize is yes I can play the media through the browser, but all the Flash-based banners and ads also play. As a result, the already choppy playback gets even more bogged down to the point I feel like I'm viewing the media through some cheap webcam.

    These phones are powerful but are they powerful enough to have that many Flash objects going at once smoothly? I'm no software engineer but I have a feeling it may be a while longer before we see streaming porn and higher end Flash games moving as smooth as silk on out phones. Bummer if so. :(
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    Yea I noticed that too ..I think there should be an option to use flash only when desired, like a popup asking if you want it enabled on that site or something like that.
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    Uh...browser settings > enable plugins > on demand
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    I thought I saw it somewhere.. figured someone would post it if I said that and save me trouble of looking :p lol dancedroid
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    Yep I musta missed it :(
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    Perhaps someone could make a flash banner blocker, or some way to pause banners when media is being played. I realize this site has flash banner ads and I hope I don't get complaints about this suggestion
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    Hopefully Hook will be a pal and merge the threads.

    Anyway, enable plugins 'on demand' is nice if you don't want Flash content to load at all, but what I was referring to is the fact that I might be on said page, trying to load a Flash based video, meanwhile a banner off to the side is a full motion Flash based advertisement. By enabling plugins on demand, you CAN choose when you want to show the Flash content, but you can't do it for specific Flash objects. Defeats the purpose of it in my case.

    In the case of xhamster, the video is probably choppy either way, but it'd be nice to see if it ran any smoother if I could disable the flash adds for Brazzers or whatever on the side. So unless Adobe adds some extra options, we basically have to have a phone that's powerful enough to run 3+ separate Flash objects (top banner, side banner, intended media). Even if you toggle full screen I assume they're still running in the background. Adobe Fail.
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    Nope, I just won't close this one for now. Somebody else tried to open one in the general discussion thread just before this came out and I did close that one.
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    Not really "for any phone"

    They're mercifully absent from this thread, but regarding all the "why can't I see it in the market?" questions from people with a Droid 1 running stock 2.2 (like me!):

    Open up rich Internet applications | Adobe Flash Player system requirements and scroll to the bottom where they stashed the Supported Mobile Devices section. You'll notice that the Droid 1 is not yet on that list, with the ETA being "soon". Well, technically it says "shortly", but you get the picture...

    Supported mobile devices

    Flash Player 10.1 for Android has been released to partners. Flash Player 10.1 currently requires Android 2.2 to be installed on your phone. The upgrade path for your phone will depend on the specific device, manufacturer, operator, and region. These phones that support Flash Player 10.1 are available now:


    * Google™ Nexus One™ — Download from Android Market.

    * HTC Evo™ 4G — Included with the Android 2.2 update from HTC.
    * HTC Desire — Included with the Android 2.2 update from HTC.
    * DROID 2 by Motorola — Devices ship with Flash Player 10.1 preinstalled.

    These devices will be updated with Adobe Flash Player 10.1 shortly:

    * DROID by Motorola — Coming later this summer. Devices will be able to install Flash Player 10.1 from the Android Market shortly. Installation will require Android 2.2.
    * DROID X by Motorola — Coming in early September. Devices will receive Flash Player 10.1 with the Android 2.2 update coming later this summer.


    Mods, this is just a suggestion, but you might want to sticky that, or maybe insert it at the top of every "Why can't I see Flash on the market?" thread until someone finally opens up a "Flash is now on the market!" thread... :)
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    Allelluia. I have been banging on about this for months now, well since the Beta was released. In June Adobe published the minimum specs. I sent a question to Moto, no reply, Adobe, no reply, poster here and other forums and was shot down. Adobe says in their Minimum specs for WVGA that the absolute minimum processor speed required is 800Mhz. As soon as you have more then a few apps running or Flash objects the framerate deteriorates dramatically.

    So that's two things I got right so far. Not bad for a noob to this LOL
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    Awesome! Thanks! I got Justin.tv to work for a split second before it crashed the browser :p
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