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Google and Adobe Bringing Flash 10.1 To Nexus One

Discussion in 'Android Smart Phones' started by SSHGuru, Jan 5, 2010.

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    so does that mean they arent bringing it to the droid?
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    no mention of other phones...as long as we all remember the wider android family (Droid) i hope flash comes asap! hopefully all of this exclusive focus on N1 is just because today was release day
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    But is it phone specific or 2.1 specific? If the latter, wouldn't the Droid support it too?
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    Hopefully the joy of it being an open source platform means someone could port it if that was the case.
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    Dudes, it's freakin Gizmodo. It's Eyeball Grabtasticon while the N1 has geek mindshare. Any site that survives on clicks is going to ladle up drivel out of the PR river attached to the N1 launch.
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    the video mentions that Flash will be optimized to the Qualcomm processor in the N1... let's hope this is just meant to hype up the N1, i have a feeling Flash will be compatible with the Droid too
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    Bin-Go. What the article meant to say was, "Google and Adobe Bringing Flash 10.1 To Android" Not the N1 specifically.
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    We'll get Flash. Nexus isn't going to alienate the entire Android lineup.
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    It has been conformed for a while that we'll be getting flash in 2010.
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    My recollection was that Flash would be rolled out for Android in Jan. 2010. I thought I saw elsewhere in the forums that it would be a DL for Droid this month.