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Want flash player

Discussion in 'Android Applications' started by crowandthrow, Jun 20, 2010.

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    Alright I am fairly new to the idea of hacking your phone in any way (i.e. rooting) and have not really changed any of the software on my phone. I was just wondering if there is anyway to be able to play videos offline on my phone. I tried Skyfire but that seems to only work for short videos anything longer and it freezes at 25%. Any ideas or recommendations?

    Thanks
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    For flash, at this time you will have to root and install Android 2.2 then you will be able to install flash. As for off li e video.. only way I know is to download an compatible video format and play in your media player.
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    Flash, as Mojo said, right now requires 2.2 (Froyo).

    I used Skyfire on 2.1 and never had any issues watching larger videos..... I did see it occasionally get stuck at the 25% mark but I would just reload the video and it seemed to work the second time around.