Nexus 7 Android Flash Player

  muddypaws 25 Feb 13
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Discovered the Photon Browser in Play store yesterday.

See here

Appears to solve the problem of no flash on Android. Flash apears to be based at 'source' and

you just switch it on when required. Works OK on my N7.

Not much experience of the browser yet though.

For info only.

  Woolwell 25 Feb 13

I think that you actually get video made to look like flash. The processing is done on their servers.

  muddypaws 25 Feb 13

I see.

  catpwss 27 Feb 13

have a look here some good info & video on flash for androids ...http://forums.adobe.com/message/4675670

  muddypaws 27 Feb 13

catpwss

Just seen your link on the other thread.

Will read/ watch.

  muddypaws 27 Feb 13

catpwss

There is no archive version beyond Android 3.xx.

I'm on 4.2.1

Tried the latest but no luck.

Thanks anyway.

  catpwss 27 Feb 13
  muddypaws 27 Feb 13

catpwss

I will have to watch it a few times to get used to the American accent.

I find these U.S demos are too quick and un-intelligble the first few times!

Thanks--will let you know how it goes.

  muddypaws 28 Feb 13
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catpwss

Managed to install it from that link.

Cheers.

  catpwss 28 Feb 13

Hi,glad your sorted.good luck with the android,I have a Joytab 9.7 jellybean 4.1 Catpwss.

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