Flash support on android

by veradis » Thu, 22 Apr 2010 15:12:51 GMT


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 Hi,

 Can SWF files be played on android 1.5 emulator/phone. My req. is to
load an SWF in app. can this be done. Also how will the SWF be played
on webview. I am not able to install flashlite on the emulator. SWF is
created with Flex SDK version 3.0.

 Please help me on this.



Thanks
Veradis

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Flash support on android

by Mark Murphy » Thu, 22 Apr 2010 18:53:40 GMT


 


Definitely not on the emulator, and not on most phones. Only a couple of
phones have Flash.

In a year's time, it may be that most Android phones have Flash. It's
even conceivable there will be a way to do Flash in the emulator, though
I'm skeptical of that.

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Flash support on android

by veradis tech » Thu, 22 Apr 2010 20:00:27 GMT


 Thanks Mark.






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Flash support on android

by gcstang » Fri, 23 Apr 2010 19:58:54 GMT


 Android has HTML 5 and from what I've seen most of what can be done in
Flash can be done in HTML 5...is it an option for you?



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