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Mod For Asus Transformer Prime Allows Full Hulu Access
Getting Netflix for your Android device is only half the battle for those who enjoy using their devices to watch TV shows and movies. The experience isn’t quite complete unless you have the dynamic duo of Netflix and Hulu at your disposal.
For those carrying the Asus Transformer Prime, obtaining the second half of that duo is now possible. XDA Senior Member compuw22c has developed a mod that he has used on prior devices and has ported to the popular Asus tablet, giving everyone unrestricted access to the media streaming app.
The process relies on putting a lib file and then running a script that modifies Flash Player and can be a little complicated to those who aren’t so knowledgeable in these things. Therefore, a backup is recommended.
Besides unrestricted Hulu access, compuw22c adds:
This should also work for any other sites that restrict mobile devices. This hack simply changes 3 characters in the flash library file from AND to WIN, and copies my modded file over the stock/updated adobe file upon each boot.
So there’s a possibility that more sites, which is always good news. You can follow the link to the original thread for more information, installation instructions, download links and awesomeness. The more Hulu the merrier!
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