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No more Flash Player on Android Posted  July 04 2012, 11:33 AM By Vietcrack

Adobe has announced that it would no longer provide support for Flash Player for Android Jelly Bean 4.1, or any subsequent updates. Adobe's decision is not surprising, because the company said in November that the development of mobile applications have focused on Adobe AIR. Adobe has also decided to restrict access to Flash Player Play on Google, the Android Official Store.

As of August 15, in fact, only Android phones that have already installed Flash can get updates and security updates. Those who do not have Flash Player already installed on the device will no longer be able to download from the Google Store Play. Adobe also recommends that users update their mobile OS to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean to uninstall device from any version of Flash Player.


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July 06 2012, 08:50 PM By TopoMotoV3XRe: No more Flash Player on Android
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