as title said, I wanted to create a new application for android.
Basically it shows through a webview a .swf animation, and, if the user press "another animation", the webview loads another animation, always in .swf from my online server.
The problem is that every user need to install flash player .apk, which result in a uncomfortable application, isn't it?
Unfortunatelly I do not own any tablet and I wonder how to run flash animation (swf file) on such device. For example I would like to create animation of changing pictures and run it full screen on tablet. Or even add two buttons "next" "previous" to switch between pictures.
This tutorial will show you how to install Adobe Flash Player on Fedora 15. The latest version of Adobe Flash Player available on Adobe website is version 10.3.183.7. Adobe flash player is an important component for Fedora and other Linux system. Its because most current website uses the flash animation. So you will need to [...]
So does the Droid Incredible version of Froyo come preloaded with Flash 10.1? When going into Market, i cannot find a Flash 10.1 app with any keyword (flash, adobe, 10.1, etc...). When trying to install a Flash apk found from google, it says the app will replace a system app. When looking the manage applications program, under the All tab there is a Adobe Flash Player 10.1 version 10.1.72.7.
Flash games are programmed with Actionscript, and they run on the Adobe runtime. Is it possible to create some program that can attempt to parse Flash information from, say, an online game, and translate that to a standalone binary or a non-Flash-runtime needed executable that can run on the OS API/some other library that has no Flash derivative?
When flashing a new rom, do you guys do it this way:
1. Wipe etc...
2. Flash Rom
3. Flash Gapps
4. Reboot and wait for first boot.
5. Reboot into recovery and flash the addons like cerberus, photosphere, boot animation
or do you guys
1. Wipe etc.
2. Flash Rom
3. Flash Gapps
4. Flash addons
5. Reboot and wait for first boot
Which is the best method? Is there any difference?
I just flashed the Android Revolution HD 71.1 ROM and I got a problem with the flash LED. In the camera, with flash on auto mode, even when it's so dark, the flash never goes off. If I force the flash it works, kinda. If I tap to focus the flash does not work, so the camera does not focus anything and the picture will suck so bad. How do I solve this?
I know Adobe discontinued Flash support for Linux but I had read that it still worked. I installed the most recent Linux Flash from the Adobe site but need suggestions on how to get Firefox to notice. This is one of the few things that works in Windows and not in Fedora. That being said I will be happy as a clam when the last nail is in the flash coffin.