Adobe Confirms Not All Android 2.2 Phones Get Flash
Adobe confirmed to Phone Scoop in a call that though Android 2.2 is required for Flash Player Mobile 10.1 to work, that doesn't mean that all Android 2.2 devices will be able to access and run Flash Player Mobile. According to Adobe, smartphones need to have a minimum set of specifications in order to run Flash Player Mobile, including a fast enough processor and graphics support. Adobe's web site notes that devices with a VGA screen need to have at least a 550Mhz processor in addition to hardware vector FPU support. Devices with WVGA displays need to have a dedicated Cortex A8 800MHz processor or higher, with the same hardware vector FPU support. Adobe said that the Google Nexus One, HTC EVO 4G, HTC Desire, and Motorola Droid, Droid 2 and Droid X are all certified to run Flash. Adobe noted that it knows of several Android handsets that will be released later this year that won't meet the minimum spec requirements to support Flash, though Adobe couldn't name them because they haven't been announced by the manufacturer/carrier.
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Just thought of something.
Lets leave Flash in the Past...
As for video, we've already been shown that HTML 5 can do video just fine.
Everything else, like all Flash sites are a thing of the past. Sure, sites still have elements of Flash, but they aren't needed anymore.
Plus, I've seen some ...
Flash may be dying, but HTML5 is nowhere near pervasive enough to replace it entirely. Yes, some flash sites are ...
So does this mean......
Johnny Blaze said:
That the Galaxy S Vibrant will be getting flash as well? It seems to be well within these specifications 😁
The Galaxy S phones "can" support Flash. Adobe cannot say they "will" be updated to incl...
HTC Droid Incredible
Motorola Droid (original)
G2 will support flash