Just a quick question to any experts here ... since Adobe is about to pull the plug very soon from Android Jelly bean... is there any alternative way to browse flash-heavy website without missing any content?
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There isnt a way around it. It looks like it's just not going to happen, however there "might" be a chrome browser update at some point to support it (google Codename Pepper) but i wouldnt guarentee it.
You'll just have to hope HTML 5 takes off.
Flash is one of the the most annoying things on the net. What a pleasure to see it die.
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(07-03-2012, 08:25 PM)Livy Wrote: Flash is one of the the most annoying things on the net. What a pleasure to see it die.
don't worry, something equally annoying will take it's place
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xDDDDD, i love flash i mean is a nice super hero, right? he can run fast.......