Flash Player 10.2 BETA for Motorola XOOM

by on March 19, 2011
in Android, Mobile Apps

Adobe released their Flash Player 10.2 for download today, just as promised earlier. Adobe Flash Player 10.2 is now available for Motorola XOOM and other Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) tablets.

Motorola XOOM was launched without the Flash Player 10.2, but users can now realize the full potential of the tablet with the latest and the greatest Flash Player on their tablets.

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Adobe Flash Player 10.2, Download Now Available

by on March 19, 2011
in Android, Mobile Apps

Adobe Flash Player 10.2 is now available for download! Adobe promised to release Flash plyaer 10.2 on March 18.

You will be prompted for an update on your phone from the Android Market, or you can manually update it on your phone.

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Flash Player 10.2 for Android 3.0

by on March 11, 2011
in Android, Mobile Apps

adobe-flash-logoAdobe has announced that the Flash Player 10.2 for Android will be available for download for Android 2.2, Android 2.3 and Android 3.0 from March 18th. Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) users will have to first get the Android 3.0.1 software update to install the Flash Player 10.2 Beta app.

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Motorola Xoom, No Adobe Flash at Launch

by on February 21, 2011
in Android, Gadgets

Motorola XOOM is expected not to come with Flash Player on-board. This comes as a surprise when all the manufacturers have been advertising that their Android tablets can run Flash content.

This was spotted at the Motorola Xoom pre-order site: “Adobe Flash expected Spring 2011”. Sad news, really. I hope Adobe manages to release Flash Player real soon for all the Android tablets.

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Flash Player 10.1 Beta for Android 2.2

by on May 23, 2010
in Android, Tips and Tricks

adobe-flash-logoFlash Player 10.1 is available for public beta and all Android 2.2 (Froyo) users can get it on their devices and enjoy Flash content!

Many users, like me, thought Flash Player 10.1 would come pre-loaded with the Froyo update on the Nexus One, but to our surprise, this was not the case. First after installing the Froyo update, I quickly opened the browser to check for Flash, but there was no Flash Player Android installed.

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