Using Samsung galaxy tab 10.1. OS 4. Can't get Adobe flash player working. Have manually installed archived version 11.1 On the website I am trying to view, it states adobe flash player is not supported on this mobile device. That website states adobe flash player 9.0 or higher needed. The website must have changed something as prior to now i was always able to view the videos.
The new version of Adobe Flash Player for Android phone has been rolled out. Here is the new Adobe Flash Player 10.2 for Android phone. The Adobe Flash Player is the must have application for all Android phone user.
Ok so I was messing around on a pr0n site (Yes I do that) and I was told to get adobe flash player and I noticed adobe Updated there flash player directly on the market on October 8, 2012 .
Only thing is you must follow this link to obtain the update because flash was removed from the search function in play store.
Does this mean a possibility adobe will keep updating and supporting flash for ar
Adobe announced Monday that its Flash Player 10.2 update is now available on Android Market. The update's a production release for Android 2.2 and 2.3 but an initial beta release for Android 3.0.1. That news may impact the Motorola Xoom, as it runs Android 3.0 aka "Honeycomb." Android 3.0.1 is Honeycomb with the latest Google updates. Adobe lists a number of new features of Flash Player 10.2.
Update your flash player for your Linux system to this 10.1 version. The Adobe Flash Player 10.1 includes many fixes and improvements for Linux system. This tutorial will show you how to install the latest Adobe Flash Player 10.1 on Ubuntu Lucid Lynx.
My default browser is SeaMonkey and there is no more support for Flash Player
for Linux as per the adobe website:
NOTE: Adobe Flash Player 11.2 will be the last version to target Linux as a supported platform.
I have a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 tablet that I bought nearly three months ago, which had Jellybean installed. I was able to install the 11.1 archived version of Adobe Flash from the Adobe website. With this Flash install, I have been able to use Adobe Flash on both Firefox and Dolphin browsers without issue.