Flash 10.1 out of beta, final version available in Android Market for Nexus One.

Discussion in 'Android Applications Discussions' started by Shadez, Aug 16, 2010.

  1. TAPOUT27

    TAPOUT27 Silver Member

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    it's now called Flash Player 10.1....

    edit: before i think it was called adobe flash player 10.1? i cant rememeber
     
  2. LVGDroidFan

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    I downloaded the Flash player from the market on my Droid 1 - I'm running CM6 RC-3 and it did show up in the market last night.
     
  3. JonKyu

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    I updated fine on my droid on cyanogen.

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    same here with my inc. I'm also running cm6r3

    downloaded and installed just fine from the market
     
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    Well it isn't coming up for me :angry:. All I see is Photoshop Express, Reader, Flash Showcase, and Livecycle Mobile.
     
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    I brought it up on my CM RC3. When I went into the showcase, I tried to play CNET TV from the showcase. Video looked good, but the audio was running so slow and low that the woman in the video sounded like James Earl Jones on downers...