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HTC Thunderbolt (android phone)

Discussion in 'Android Mobile Devices' started by madox2009, Jan 8, 2013.

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  1. madox2009

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    I created a app for my android phone in flash cs6 and it works great on the desktop but when I publish it to the HTC phone it tells me my phone don't support flash. Does anyone else have this problem?

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    Are you running Android JellyBean(4.1.x)? Flash isn't support anymore in Android JellyBean, just as it's not supported on IOS or Windows Phone. It's slowly dying. But if you want you can still find an APK on the web and make it work on Jelly Bean.
     
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    I had a feeling Flash would be short live on the Android phone. I guess I am say good bye FLASH CS6 for any mobile programming. Looks like I will stick with Eclipse for good.
     
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    Java FTW.


    Jelly Bean 4.2.1 (JellyB-TSM) / Apex Pro / BreezeHD theme


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  5. MordyT

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    Although not supported, using boat browser + installing teh apk by hand will allow playing flash.

    But the TBolt never got off gingerbread officially, so you should be able to use flash in the stock browser without an issue. The question is, is it installed? Does it work in other browsers such as boat or opera, or dolphin?
     
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