Nokia Nseries :: 701- No Support For Online Flash Player On Websites
Dec 11, 2011
My phone is not supporting online flash player in most of the websites. So I am not able to watch videos online which requires higher version of flash player. Why it is happening? Can I get update for this flash...
To the apps developers at Nokia,first I must say the new lumia 800 is an awesome phone with some great features but there are two significant issues:
1. No flash player support, I understand apples issue with flash but surely microsofts wp7 should support flash as standard. 2. No iPlayer app or support! This is scandalous and I have to use my ipod touch for this. Any smartphone released for the UK needs iPlayer as standard. This is really disappointing.
So please app developers sort this out as this is the only reason I would not recommend this phone to anyone else.
When will Nokia/MS support Adobe Flash player for Lumia 800 like they have for Android? Also I should be able to download a browser of my choice on Lumia as well. Any clarifications from Nokia most welcome!
I bought the X6 a couple of days ago and I want to update the Flash Player on the phone as I cannot view flash content. I've tried to update by going to adobe's website and even downloading Opera Mini. However it still doesn't allow me to download. This is fairly dissappointing since I bought this phone for the Flash Player support.
I want to know when will motorola razr be released in india ?I'am currently using xt720 and also fire xt. Though both have shortcomings like xt720 does not have official froyo/gingerbreadand hence cannot move apps to flash and view flash based websites and though fire xt is gingerbread i could not view flash based sitesas it is powered by a armv6 processor. Inspite of these i'am addicted to motorola phones because of thier excellent sound quality particularly
well am a poor sweet 16 teen in africa who likes doing internet window shopping but actually doesnt have any penny to buy my self a new smartphone...so i recently bought my self a used N95-1i hate android coz it lags alot/htc wildfire,ideos/recently i got to know that with my phone's device manager i can do a fota update coz i have v21 and v35 is already out i have configured every thing and no results! it alerts me that its receiving data from nokia and then automatically disconects!!! so i was wondering if the phone even supports fota if not whats the use of the device manager any way?!
Nokia, is there ever gonna be flash 10 support for the n900. When I bought this phone I was under the impression that it would be (as you advertised) the ultimate internet browsing experience. How is this possible when just about every other smart phone device has flash 10 support . Without flash 10 the n900's just another device with no other exceptional features.I bought the n900 to browse the net on the go, however due to lack of flash 10 and absolutely no support from you guys (nokia), I have now moved on to android and I have no intent on looking back to any if your future devices, as I'm quite sure many other n900 users have. How can you (nokia) release a "flag ship device" and drop support for it immediately afterwards. Hell I'd hate to see what you do to non "flagship devices." And my god, it's been 7......7 MONTHS and there's still NO OVI STORE SUPPORT FOR THE N900.To any future n900 buyers viewing this thread, do not buy this device! Nokia shows absolutely no support for it for over 6 months now and the only apps available for it are from a very hard working community, and they are very few , declining and they are also very...very **bleep** at nokia.
so I have a GB 2.3.4 Atrix 4G, and usually, it plays my music and takes pictures fine. But every so often (it seems everyday), I wind up rebooting after, when trying to player music, it says "sorry, this type of file is not supported," even tho I've been playing them all the time. Also, when this happens, the camera and camcorder also happen to stop working, saying "com.camera.android (or blur)" unexpectedly closed. All my songs are MP3 or MPEG4, and usually all play.
Why is this happening on an update? What can be done to prevent it? Are there apps I need to keep off the "auto-end list?" Does rooting a phone bring this on (via pre-install method)? Or is this a common glitch? I have also complained about the way the music player doesn't have an "all songs" option for the player. Personally, I think a blur 5.0 needs to come out already.
in the e71 the flash player, flashlite 3.0, was located in the media folder, in the e72 i cant seem to find it anywhere, nor can i play any flash files. yet under the specifications of the e72 it says flashlite 3.0 included. any ideas? yes i have tried searchinl for it using the search tool, nothing.
I was on pbskids.org and it said I need to update my flash player to watch the videos.if this is the case what do I update it to cause I then get taken to the flash player link and they give me options to download based on linux types.Or is there a specific one I need to download..
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.