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Flash 10.1 will not be supported on all Android phones?


Thursday 25th of February 2010 / androinica.com
Not all current generation phones will be able to use Flash 10.1 for Android once it is released in the next few months. Though Flash has been seen working as a prototype on the G1 and had some support on the Hero, an Adobe forums post reveals that not all Android phone models will be supported.In response to a question about Adobe’s roadmap, an Adobe employee stated that Flash would begin appearing on Android phones “mid-year.” That employee also dropped this bombshell:“The HTC Hero will not be supported [because] it does not have the correct Android OS version and its chipset is not powerful enough. We require a device an ARM v7 (Cortex) processor. Examples include the Qualcomm Snapdragon chipsets and TI OMAP3 series.”We’ve already seen Adobe show-off Flash 10 betas on a Droid and Nexus One, but many hoped that Adobe would still be able to get Flash onto G1’s and Hero’s. This is the first time I’ve seen anyone plainly state that Flash would not be available for a particular Android model. Flash will have minimum software and hardware requireme
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What Android Phones Will Get Flash 10.1?


Saturday 27th of February 2010 / phandroid.com
The entire Android-loving public has been waiting for Flash 10.1 support on our beloved Android phones like the Droid and the Nexus One. Some lucky users of select handsets like the HTC Hero and Motorola Devour are graced with Flash Lite, but that has its fair share of limitations. So as we desperately wait for Adobe to bring Flash onboard, who will and won’t be getting a ticket to ride?A post on the Adobe forums suggests it won’t be decided exactly how we thought:Hi all,You can expect the final release for Android to be available mid-year. All Android devices that meet our minimum s/w and h/w requirements will be supported. Unfortunately, I cannot say a lot more publicly about our port to the Android platform at this time.As for WinMo, we have made the tough decision to defer support for that platform until WinMo7. This is due to the fact that WinMo6.5 does not support some of the critical APIs that we need.As for your other questions:* Yes, we will support the Motorola Milestone.* No, the HTC Hero will not be supported b/c it does not have the correct Anroid OS version
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Flash 10.1 to be supported on select devices


Sunday 28th of February 2010 / androidspin.com
Not all current generation phones will be able to use Flash 10.1 for Android once it is released in the next few months, but we had a suspicion that would be the case.  Though Flash has been seen working as a prototype on the G1 and had some support on the Hero, an Adobe forums post reveals that not all Android phone models will be supported.In response to a question about Adobe’s roadmap, an Adobe employee stated that Flash would begin appearing on Android phones “mid-year.” That employee also dropped this bombshell:“The HTC Hero will not be supported [because] it does not have the correct Android OS version and its chipset is not powerful enough. We require a device an ARM v7 (Cortex) processor. Examples include the Qualcomm Snapdragon chipsets and TI OMAP3 series.”We’ve already seen Adobe show-off Flash 10 betas on a Droid and Nexus One, but many hoped that Adobe would still be able to get Flash onto G1’s and Hero’s. This is the first time I’ve seen anyone plainly state that Flash would not be available for a particular Android model. Flash will have minim
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Skyfire Reaches 1 Million Users, New Version to Support More Handsets


Tuesday 14th of September 2010 / phandroid.com
Not many apps can attest to reaching the 1 million mark on Android, but Skyfire has just broken that mark putting the mobile browser in the top 0.2 percent of of all apps in the Android Market. Put that number in perspective: 99.8 percent of Android apps have less users than Skyfire. As you probably recall, Skyfire was the first mobile browser to provide a workaround for viewing Flash content before Adobe officially released their viewer for Android, and it still does so for the many users who are yet to receive an update to Froyo.Along with racking up scores of users, the folks at Skyfire have been busy polishing up the app for accessibility on even more devices. The latest version brings compatibility to Samsung Galaxy S phones including the Samsung EPIC 4G, the Motorola DROID X and Droid 2, and the HTC Incredible and EVO 4G. You can snatch up the latest edition (version 2.3.2) over at get.skyfire.com free of charge.Skyfire Notches One Million Downloads of its Android Mobile Browser with New Compatibility for Samsung Galaxy, Motorola Droid X, Droid 2 and HTC EVO 4G HandsetsBrowser
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Does HTC One have Adobe Flash support?


Saturday 13th of April 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
I read a review, here, that the HTC One had a stock browser that had adobe flash support--which if true, it would be awesome. Does anyone know if this is true?
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What Android Phones Will Get Flash 10.1?


Saturday 27th of February 2010 / devel.phandroid.com
The entire Android-loving public has been waiting for Flash 10.1 support on our beloved Android phones like the Droid and the Nexus One. Some lucky users of select handsets like the HTC Hero and Motorola Devour are graced with Flash Lite, but that has its fair share of limitations. So as we desperately wait for Adobe to bring Flash onboard, who will and won’t be getting a ticket to ride?A post on the Adobe forums suggests it won’t be decided exactly how we thought:Hi all,You can expect the final release for Android to be available mid-year. All Android devices that meet our minimum s/w and h/w requirements will be supported. Unfortunately, I cannot say a lot more publicly about our port to the Android platform at this time.As for WinMo, we have made the tough decision to defer support for that platform until WinMo7. This is due to the fact that WinMo6.5 does not support some of the critical APIs that we need.As for your other questions:* Yes, we will support the Motorola Milestone.* No, the HTC Hero will not be supported b/c it does not have the correct Anroid OS version
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HTC EVO 4G to Support Flash & HD Video Recording


Wednesday 14th of April 2010 / android.net
News is rolling in by the minute about the new HTC EVO 4G and it just seems to be getting better and better!Not only does this intriguing phone have a nice 1.3 megapixel camera on the front for daily tasks such as video chats and video conferencing, but it also boasts an impressive 8 megapixel camera that supports auto-focus and HD quality video. Also, one of the biggest debates in the technology world as of late, is to Flash or not to Flash - Adobe Flash that is. Well the EVO comes through again and does offer Flash support. So now you will be able view all your favorite pages without running into that frustrating blue block!For more pictures and video click here.
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