Flash 10.1 on Nexus one

Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by superglen99, Feb 22, 2010.

  1. superglen99

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    Corinacakes DF Super Moderator Theme Developer

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    Grrrr at them getting it first :mad:
     
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    I agree but with all the amazing Droid hackers out there it shouldn't be too long before its on a rom for us :)
     
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    IIRC they showed Flash running on a Droid already....
     
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    after watching the video is it just me or does the flash game(bloons apparently) look like it is running somewhat on the slow side...could this just be an effect of the video, the ROM, or is it only me
     
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    That's my thought as well. Everyone is so pumped about getting flash so they can play games and watch hulu or whatever, but there's no promise that it will run well enough on this hardware to make the user experience worthwhile. I'm not holding my breath - my guess is that it's going to be a letdown once we get it working on our droids.
     
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    Quite a few flash elements cause the browser to crash. Not exactly the smoothest of implementations.
     
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    I feel like the only reason Adobe is pushing to get full versions of flash on mobile platforms is so webmasters can cash in on all the potential revenue made from mobile browsers. Now you get to see "which celeb do these breast belong to" and talking banner ads on your Android browser. I can barely contain myself.
     
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    the adobe developer said that Flash is running around 20 fps... the lag may just be from the video recording (which has a much higher recording framerate)... 20 fps should be relatively smooth...
     
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    agreed. :icon_evil:
     
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    That's interesting - I actually haven't been all that excited about flash and with that in mind, I may not even install it once it's pushed to us.
     
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