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Discussion in 'Motorola Milestone' started by harunjo, Jul 21, 2010.
If you you do have froyo I'm sure it wouldn't be too difficult to prove via video.
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yeah..hahaha give your prove here...screen shot capture is not difficult using dropcap...prove here..
In the case of Flash, let's be clear - it's Adobe who dropped the ball here, not Motorola. They were only going by what Adobe was telling them, it was supposed to be released around the same time as Android 2.0.1 and was thus advertised as such.
Now, for whatever reason, it seems Adobe didn't get their crap together and get it working, and it turns out that for some reason they made it only work with Android 2.2+, even though they claimed it was supposed to be working much sooner. Perhaps, they didn't see acceptable performance prior to 2.2 with the new JIT compiler - but for whatever reason, the lack of Flash is Adobe's fault.
However, since there finally IS a version of Android that works with Flash; and it works on the Motorola hardware; it SHOULD be released. I think the jist of the statement by Moto is that it's not strictly up to them, and it all depends on how the various carriers feel about it. Moto cannot directly release an OS, and if a given carrier doesn't want to test/approve a build, Moto can't really force them to.
It will sound like BS, but I am okay with that.
I will never post a screen shot of my phone on the web. To many times do those get traced back to the person that did it. Especially when you are running tracked software builds. Not worth the risk just to get your approval.
lol never post a screenshot of your phone on the web? how does that identify who you are? unless you also show your IMEI and everything (a smart guy would blur out incriminating info). the fact that you're even posting here is more traceable than a screenshot. sigh...
I have a different Kernel version and Build number than is publicly available so seeing that could narrow it down, but you are probably right. Ok, last post than. Bye.
My take on the Flash thing is this. Adobe discovered they needed more speed (processor) to run it optimally. So 2.2 is faster and almost gets it there. But, as their own web site shows (check it for yourselves) it still was not right, still not optimal so they gave a minimum processor speed of 800Mhz. Yes if nothing else is running Droid/Milesotne will run it but as soon as you get three or four other apps using memory and processor interrupts it's stuffed. My own grassy knoll theory but I wait to be proved wrong.
Please explain me what the difference is between you stating on this forum you have 2.2/froyo on your milestone and actually post a screenshot (where you can blur out the incriminating info)? To me there is no difference at all, except that you would earn some credibility here on the forums...
I remember when people psoted screenshots of Win 7, win Vista, Win XP in beta versions. People always did that. You prove you have it by showing the build #.
Otherwise, words are useless. No one wants to hear "some guy I know told me this." That's as good as me saying I have Gingerbread 3.0 on my Milestone. It's bull****. That's what it is.
Couple of quick things, take them or leave them.
Sure a picture may make it more credible to you, but honestly I don't care if you believe me or not.
Give me 500 examples of people that have posted pictures, that is fine. Most of those come from people like those Verizon testers that posted the Droid X shots. I am not one of those people. I am not posting a picture, ever.
If that isn't good enough for you, well you can take comfort in the idea that I just don't like you enough to make you happy. :icon_ banana:
I only mention that there are Froyo builds on Milestone phones to point out that Froyo can come to your Milestone. It is a business decision (sorry, can't help you there).
Maybe this will make you happy, your Milestone car dock won't work with Milestone 2.
I posted that on the Milestone 2 section ages ago