adobe 2.1 for Q9C

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  1. Aaron1100us

    Aaron1100us New Member

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    adobe 2.1 for Q9C

    I have adobe 2.1 flash lite for windows mobile 5.0 that I had on my old Q. Will it work on my new Q9C? If not, what flash player do I need?
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    look into Skyfire. ots a web broswer that supports flash. i use it for Hulu.
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    Thanks. I downloaded it. Kinda hard to navigate but it does work. Any other options?
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    wow, I don't recall hearing of anyone other than you running an app for flash on the Q. you could try running flash lite on the Q9c, it may work. if not, the options you have depend on what you are trying to do that uses flash
  5. Aaron1100us

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    Why would you not want to run flash? There are a lot of sites out there that use flash. I've tried flash lite but it doesn't seem to work.
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    I understand that there are lots of sites that use flash, this is why I'm an active participant in the development of skyfire. What I meant (and what I said) was that you are the only person I can remember mentioning the use of Adobe Flash Lite. I checked out their site, and the app doesn't seem to be available for consumer download either
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    of course, they didn't mention windows mobile. they mentioned Operating Systems made by Palm (Web OS), Google (Android) and Nokia (Symbian)
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    I know...i read about 3-4 articles on this...not one mentions WM....
  10. PacoJr67

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    Taking into account that Nokia's marketshare worldwide is bigger than WM's a symbian client makes sense, but they are developing the other two for what amounts to two phones
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    that's to sad i think microsoft should take an action on that i really enjoy their OS on my q9c, but im still want the plus of flash cause with crick cant use skyfire
  12. n99hockey

    n99hockey Moderator Staff Member

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    No longer matters now that WP7 is out, no more support for W6.x
  13. edq9ccric

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    still sad cause its their os they should doit like with xp and others for pc just saying, may be thi is an odd question but does wp7 support streaming video
  14. n99hockey

    n99hockey Moderator Staff Member

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    No not yet.
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    What kind of streaming video? WP7 has a youtube app, netflix, slingplayer, and you can rent/buy music videos, tv epsiodes, and movies from the Marketplace.

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