I have a sony ericsson hazel, when i go to watch few videos using wifi connection, few videos cant be opened and it says download adobe flash player! From where should i download adobe flash player for my mobile!
HI, I bought a new Xperia Neo L, and it has no Adobe Flash Player installed. When i tried to get the app from Play Store, first it said that the file is not available in my country (Serbia), and now AFP cant be found on Play Store at all.
I can't play a video on my facebook mobile. It's said I need to upgrade my adobe flash player..so I go to the link adobe flash player but unfortunately the flash player says it doesn't support the unit.
When i open a video on a site i can not view it as it pop me up that i do not have the last versin of the Adobe Flash Player and it links me to ADOBE web site.When I try to down load it it dosn't work.How do or where from I can update my flash player?
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Does anyone have any ideas about why Moto might have decided to kill Flash on our phones before it was necessary? It's not an ICS thing, because my GNex still has Flash and it works well. I know that Adobe will not be allowing new downloads from the Play Store starting on 8/15 (but they will still be providing bug fixes for those who already have it) & that Flash Player is not supported in Jelly Bean, but what gives with Moto killing Flash in our ICS update? Now, whenever I visit a page that has an embedded Flash video in the browser, it crashes the browser. :(
Addl. details: Basically, when you upgrade, the Adobe Flash Player app gets uninstalled from your phone. If you reinstall it from the Play Store, it won't work for embedded videos on websites. Unfortunately, many websites still use Flash for their embedded videos. :( Hopefully websites will start switching over to HTML5. This isn't just a bug.. there is an actual process running on the phone called FlashRemoval that Moto slapped in there. I expect to get Jelly Bean ASAP, since Moto prepared the phone for not having Flash so early. ;)
if there is an availability of Adobe Flash Player for Nokia N8?
I read in an article long back that Adobe is developing flash player for Android, Symbian and many other OS. When i check in Adobe site, i can see versions of Android Flash player available but not for Symbian...
better browser available in Nokia Store for watching online streaming videos apart from you tube application.