Always a good day when our lovely Android devices receive an Adobe Flash update. Enabling us to further browse and surf the web with ease, and joy. After reporting on the update to Google+, our Twitter friends didn’t waste any time in letting us know that Flash was also issued an update.
Fixes and Enhancements in Flash Player 10.3.186.6
Adobe Flash Player 10.3.186.6 addresses compatibility issues:
- Calls to gotoAndPlay() and gotoAndStop() no longer fail in some Flash applications which load shared libraries (2943612).
- TextField instances which specify a negative offset (x property contains a negative value) now correctly flow the text horizontally instead of vertically (2941680).
- Improved performance in some cases when displaying complex animations (2941931).
- Flash applications at certain websites (http://heylenmichel.de) now load correctly (2944081).
Cheers everyone who tweet and sent this in!
You may have already noticed, but updates for both Flash 10.3 and Youtube went live over the last 24 hours. Neither include anything major and are instead just meant to fix bugs and security issues. There is a chance that the last Youtube update caused some problems with many of you; this new update should make your tummy feel much better. Flash on the other hand is a typical “security” thing, meaning you won’t notice it at all.
Market Links: Flash | Youtube
Cheers to everyone who sent these in!
One of the greatest apps on Earth, Google Voice, has an update available that should help to improve your battery life even though part of it also allows for your screen to stay on while listening to voicemails. I know, it seems like two things that would work against each other, but you know what? We’ll take Google Voice for its word, since it’s so awesome. (more…)
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?
- 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!
Motorola XOOM champ BigRushDog just released some magic – a patched version of Flash 10.3 that allows for Hulu playback as long as you are on Android 3.1. And it definitely works. Here is how to do it:
1. Uninstall your current Flash 10.3.
2. Download the file from below and install it.
3. Head into your browser and update the UAString to “Desktop.”
Type: about:debug and press enter. Head into Settings>Debug>UAString>Desktop.
4. Jump over to Hulu.com and enjoy.
Again, all credit to BigRushDog at XDA. Be sure to donate to him.
Just on the heels of news that Netflix decided to finally release an Android app, the Adobe team has stepped up and dropped Flash 10.3 on us. We aren’t exactly sure what prompted this big jump from .2 to .3, but the market does says that “Important bug fixes and security enhancements” were included. So nothing major up front or on the level as the update the other day which tipped us all to the release of Android 3.1.
Market Link | Details
Cheers shroomz, Michael and Chuck!
It’s here! Flash 10.2 has been released to the Android Market and can now fuel your embedded Youtube watching addiction. Experience the entire web the way it was meant to be experienced, just like you would on your PC, but not your iPad2.
Download: Flash.apk [mirror]
Should work on Froyo, Gingerbread and Honeycomb. Install as you would any other apk.