orb3000 · Jun 16, 2010 at 09:11 pm

fixOperaFlash Now Partially Working in Opera 10

For those who have Opera Mobile as your preferred browser, you will agree that flash issues are very annoying. Last month, we presented the work of XDA member aDEO. who had just updated this magnificent fix to enable flash in Opera. He is back with another update, which improves the partial flash functionality in Opera 10.
The developer wanted to make an easy and simple installer, so there is no need to install any third party application.
Working on Windows Mobile 5 and up, the device must have NET Compact Framework v2.0 or later.
Even though Opera Mobile 10 is not 100% supported, update v1.5.4.20 has some improved Opera 10 support.
Make sure to give it a go and leave feedback.

Originally posted by aDEO
INTRO
After I saw few open threads about how to enable Flash into Opera browser, I decide to create this tool, which will automatically install and configure everything you need to run your Opera with Flash support.
With other words: No need to install Flash Lite… Yes, just Plug&Flash!

BACKGROUND
Find some time and read hilaireg’s post from here, who explains the exact “Flash situation”.
This flash plugin announce itself as Flash 9 compatible to play back any ActionScript 2.0 SWF content. However, it is based on Flash 8 technology and that why this plugin doesn’t support ActionScript 3.0… This is the reason why most of the sites still want to upgrade it, but some of them will work.

WORKS WITH
Every Opera 9.50/9.70 build, which support plugins and works with v2.1 initialization files. Also support latest 9.70 builds, which using registry instead of ini files.
You can try and share your experience with your version/build here, but for me Opera 9.70 #35443 is the best flash-wise build so far (my personal preference).
This tool work also on your PC, if you start it from Opera’s root folder, but this is another story…

You can find more information in the mod thread.


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