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Both Adobe AIR and Flash 10.3 Receive Updates

Both Adobe AIR and Flash 10.3 should be prompting you to update any minute now.  Neither appear to include anything critical, but it’s always good to stay up-to-date on these things, right?

AIR changes:

  • AAC audio will now decode and play back correctly on Android 2.3 (Gingerbread) devices.
  • Ghosting and green artifact issue now fixed on Android 2.2 devices with the NVIDIA Tegra2

Flash 10.3 changes:

Market Links: Flash 10.3 | Adobe AIR

Cheers Adam and @yisroelg1!

  • http://bit.ly/9q5tuE Almighty1

    My contribution to Adobe Flash version 10.3.185.22 on the Android, hulu.com hack,
    see post #198 in the following thread:
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=802133

  • Chris G

     Still using the OG Droid, but after 10.3 flash came out the other day (last week?) i’ve noticed better battery life. 

  • Tbolt N00b

    After installing, what version does everyone else show on the testing page?  From my phone, the testing page shows: “You have version 10,1,102,64 installed.”  Anyone else seeing that?

    Flash player testing page: http://www.adobe.com/software/flash/about/

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  • Anonymous

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  • http://twitter.com/Beezzzzy Basil Mahmud

     I love how consistant Adobe is with these updates, why cant Moto/Sammy/HTC be this quick? haha God bless my Nexus S!

  • Anonymous

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  • http://twitter.com/branshaw09 Brandon Shaw

    I received an email from ESPN stating that this AIR update will fix the problem of having no sound on ESPN Watch App.

  • Sjm614

    Can someone answer me this question. Do I really need Adobe Air on my phone? I have a droid incredible running cyanogenmod 7. Thanks for the info. 

    • Anonymous

      only if you want to run AIR Apps, otherwise no  ;-)

      the only AIR App i have on my phone is my company directory

  • Anonymous

     Updated both of these at the same time on 4G, took less than 10 seconds! 

  • Anonymous

    Don’t beat me to hard… But what is the world is Adobe Air for? 

  • Anonymous

    Don’t beat me to hard… But what is the world is Adobe Air for? 

    • Anonymous

      it’s a runtime that let’s developers build desktop apps using HTML, Javascript, Flex, & Flash. think of it as Web Apps outside of a browser.

      http://www.adobe.com/products/air/

  • jcdagget

    Someone tell me when Adobe AIR can be loaded on an SD card and then I’ll be interested.

    • Jeremy Gentry

      won’t apps 2 sd work for this?

      • Anonymous

         uh…no

    • Bleedtoledo

      Never, It’s an add-on

    • Anonymous

       it might be a CM7 thing, but i have AIR on my SD card.

  • Edsanchez10

    question…if i update to this flashplayer will i lose my netflix? ?? or will it affect it somehow?

    • Anonymous

      Netflix doesn’t use Flash to work. 

  • Luckyr1981

     Updates on TuneWiki and Slacker radio as well!!

    • http://www.droid-life.com Tim-o-tato

      From the looks of it, the update to Slacker Radio broke it :P

      And most of the features are for Premium Users :( 

  • Anonymous

     lots of apps get update, so im curious as to why these two matter the most? even if the update is a ‘bug fix’ it still gets media attention?

    • Anonymous

      and okay, yes i realize one of the last updates hinted at android 3.1, but besides that! 

    • Jeremy Gentry

       could it be because we just want to rub it in Apple’s face? :D I THINK SO!

      • Anonymous

         I work for Adobe and I approve this message

    • http://twitter.com/howzball Mike

       Maybe it’s because as with all Adobe apps there are usually so many holes that when one gets fixed it’s a big story…..who knows?