orb3000 · May 13, 2011 at 06:00 pm

Flash 10.3 for Android Ready

Thanks to XDA member OgreMkV who pointed us to the latest update from Adobe for your Android device. According to the source, Flash 10.3 includes security enhancements and some fixes and compatibility bugs. Flash 10.3 is available for Froyo, Gingerbread, and Honeycomb devices, and you can grab it from the Market as usual.

Originally posted by OgreMkV
Flash 10.3 for Android

Go to adobe for details. (new user can’t post links)

Seems to be security, minor bug fixes, and compatibility upgrades.

Continue to the discussion thread.


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