This is just an early example of it’s ease of use, not to mention the ability to push this test application to devices running iOS, and computers running Windows, Mac, and Linux based operating systems. The flood gates have been opened, expect many applications hitting the Android Market via Adobe AIR in the coming weeks. Check out the video at GoToAndLearn.
released on the Android platform.
Flash update that fixed the security hole within Flash 10.1, comes another update. The changelog for this update has not been published yet, but we can only guess that it makes it more stable as well as potentially patching something they left behind in 10.1.95.1.
zero day flaw discovered last week. This flaw in the system could have resulted in attackers gaining remote access to your device and execute further malicious software.
critical zero day flaw in Adobe Flash which Adobe revealed this week has been confirmed to be able to target Android phones and devices. This is the second exploit in just a week that is currently able to infect the Android platform. So far this is proving to be a very widespread cross-platform vulnerability that is currently actively being exploited against Flash Player.
HTC Droid Incredible has begun going out today as an OTA update. The updated ROM will not only upgrade the Droid Incredible's core OS but add in the Adobe Flash Player 10.1 together with 3G mobile hotspot functionality and add 720p HD video recording to the smartphone's camera. The update is going out OTA rather than as a download, so you may have to wait a while before you get the on-device alert to say it's ready for installation. We'd recommend using a WiFi connection to download it, too, rather than cellular data. Unfortunately there's no way to artificially prompt the update, Verizon tells us; patience is a virtue, we guess. There's more information on the update here.
DROID owners should expect an OTA update sometime from today, that will allow them to download and install the Adobe Flash Player 10.1 app from the Android Market. That means access to in-browser Flash animations, videos and games. You'll need to be running Android 2.2 in order to install Flash Player 10.1, which Verizon began distributing to owners of the original DROID earlier this month.
"Verizon Wireless has begun pushing an update today to the DROID by Motorola (introduced November 2009) that will allow customers to download Adobe Flash 10.1 via Android Market. Flash Player 10.1 provides access to millions of sites with rich content including animations, casual games, videos, rich internet applications, audio and much more."