19 Replies to “Flash 10.1 running on Android 2.2 using android phone”

  1. I’ve managed to get Flash 10.1 installed on my HTC Evo running a custom version of the stock Android 2.1 rom, and it works great. BY TIME!!! I can now kill time by playing all those little flash based games from the addictinggames website. Also, is it just me, or does anyone else see alot of the similarities between Android and Symbian, excluding the interface (if there are even any other Symbian users out there)?

  2. Please, Can anyone confirm if this Flash 10.1 Android update will support playback of local .flv files (Flash video .flv stored on memory cards). I need to know this because I would like to play flv video files on a new Android smartphone WITHOUT converting them please help

  3. Advantages of buying a nexus one over other Android phones. 1. All future android version will be available to you the day they are released. 2. Wifi tethering is a feature in android 2.2 but many carriers such as sprint will disable it or charge for it. 3. In android 2.2 the nexus one will be getting wifi N, it has the capabilities to use it now but android 2.1 does not support it.

  4. I attached a vid of my Nexus one running flash on it’s browser. This is after i updated to Android 2.2, so it’s more of a realistic view of Froyo “out in the wild” rather than this staged demo.

  5. @kinako789 I actually completly agree, there was a ducomentary on google company once, and at the workers common room, they had a large board, where the worlers write all the objective and aims of the company, the central aim which was written the largest and connected to all, was “Rule the world”, NO KIDDING, when the workers were asked about this by the presenter, they laughed, but I don’t really take it for a joke.

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