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Adobe Flash Player 11.1 now Supports Android 4.0

December 20th, 2011 Leave a comment Go to comments

Adobe has recently release an update of its Flash Player for Android, which now supports Android 4.0 (ICS). Flash Player 11.1 is available for download on Android market.

Android ICS will be the latest Android version with support for flash, as Adobe has announced it would discontinue developing Flash past 11.1 on mobile platforms.

Adobe will also release AIR Android 3.1.0.556 and AIR SDK for Android 3.1.0.488 later this week. Adobe AIR is the runtime that enables developers to deploy standalone applications built with HTML, JavaScript, ActionScript, Flex, Adobe Flash Professional, and Adobe Flash Builder across platforms and devices.

The update brings Flash to 11.1.112.60, and apart from Android 4.0 support, it does not bring any other new features, security enhancements or bug fixes.

Adobe still lists some know issues:

  • Seeking while video is paused will not update the frame on ICS device
  • StageVideo using On2 and Sorenson does not work on ICS devices
  • PHDS content stops after playing for ~10 seconds
  • OS does not prioritize incoming call – audio remains playing before and after call is received
  • Enter key does not work on the multi-line text input field

You can download the new version of Flash for Android on Android marketplace. The new version of Adobe AIR will be available for download at http://get.adobe.com/air/

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Categories: Android Tags: Android, adobe, flash, ics
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