Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Something I discovered with Flash Player 11 for Android

So the other day I said that I got my first Android phone. I went to the Play Store to see if all of my apps are up to date. One app that is not up to date is Adobe Flash. I got this message that says that the newest version is not compatible with my device. I have no idea why, but my first guess is that my device is Android 2.3 and not 4.0.

My second guess is that my phone's hardware might not support the latest version of (bloated) Flash. If this is true, then I feel bad for myself because now Flash has holes, and the version of Flash is 10.x. While hardware might not be able to support the latest verison of Flash, Adobe should keep versions of Flash for "legacy" devices. I'll see if can get in touch with Adobe about this at a later time. If you alsk didn't know, this post was typed from my phone, so please let me know if there are some typos.

If you are wondering what phone I have, ask me in the comments below and I'll tell you. Of course I have never had the chance to play with a 4.0 device yet. I'm sure though that I'll get review requests later on as Techman's World slowly expands. More on that later on, in specifics.

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