Adobe updated the Flash player for compatibility with the new Android OS

December 16, 2011 | By archives | Filed in: Blogging.

Do you need to update your adobe flash ? if yes, may you have to know that the Adobe Flash updated for Android 4.0. Adobe updated the Flash player for compatibility with the new Android OS, the same day that the Galaxy Nexus (and therefore Ice Cream Sandwich) made its official debut in the US,

Adobe updated the Flash player for compatibility with the new Android OS

There had been some slight worry that Adobe wouldn’t update Flash all that quickly and would leave Galaxy Nexus owners out of the loop, but those fears have been addressed. Today, Adobe released an update bringing Flash to version 11.1.112.60. The update really doesn’t do anything except add ICS support, although Adobe does list a few known issues to be aware of, including:
Adobe updated the Flash player for compatibility with the new Android OS

  • Seeking while video is paused will not update the frame on ICS device
  • StageVideo using On2 and Sorenson does not work on ICS devices
  • PHDS content plays with audio pops
  • OS does not prioritize incoming call – audio remains playing before and after call is received
  • Enter key does not work on the multi-line text input field

So, Flash is there, but it’s not 100%. Still, this is good news, I got information on phonearena and if you want the Adobe Flash player, it’s available for free in the Android Market.

In case you already tried this one, please let us know whether you find any problem after update the new one. Until now I’m not deciding to update this one.

I need your recommendation first to make sure if we do this update there is no negative issue. So appreciate if you could leaving a comment related to this issue.

I hear from some people that though the Flash Player is not available at the Google Play Store, it does not mean that you are forced to be deprived of a richer web browsing experience. Is that true ?


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