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Verizon OTA Android 2.2 Froyo update for Droid Incredible is out now

Verizon has confirmed to us that the Android 2.2 Froyo update for the 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.

Motorola DROID gets Flash Player 10.1 update

Verizon has just pinged us to let us know that 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."

Motorola Droid for Verizon Upgrade to FRG22D Rolling Out Tomorrow

The update to Android 2.2 for the Motorola Droid may have not gone as perfectly smooth as everyone would have liked, but at least it's over and done with. Or, at least it should be. We're still hearing a few scattered reports from owners out there that they never received the Over the Air (OTA) update for their device. This may or may not help them get that, as the FRG22D update to their device is meant for Droid's with Android 2.2 already installed (officially), and it brings with it one notable feature: the ability to download Adobe's Flash Player.

Adobe Flash Player 10.1 Finalized for Nexus One

Adobe, at the Flash Summit in San Francisco today, officially announced that Flash Player 10.1 for the Nexus One has lost that whole Beta tag, and is now officially, official. What's even better, though, is that if you have a Nexus One, you can find your wait into the Android Market, seek out Flash Player 10.1 with just a quick search query, and get to downloading right now. That is, if you haven't already.

Adobe AIR Making its Way to Android by Fourth Quarter 2010

While Flash hasn't necessarily been missing from the Android platform, it hasn't been present in its fullest form until recently. With the launch of Adobe's Flash Player 10.1 on Android 2.2-equipped devices like the Nexus One and Motorola Droid 2, plenty of folks are eagerly awaiting Adobe's AIR platform as well. Today, at Adobe's Flash Summit in San Francisco, they gave a brief "expected" date for AIR to land on Android.

Verizon: Two Android 2.2 Updates for Motorola Droid Business Customers

The Motorola Droid's update to Android 2.2 (Froyo) hasn't been a rough ride, necessarily, but it also hasn't been the smoothest one, either. With so many different leaks, leading to different rumors running rampant out there, it could have been tough for anyone to keep up with it all. If you'll recall, that FRG22 article we wrote up last week, detailing how Verizon was making that version number the final Froyo update for the original Droid? Yeah, that one. Well, apparently that's still kicking around internally at Verizon, because it seems that Business customers are going to actually be getting two updates -- the last one, being FRG22.

Adobe Shows Off Flash Player on the Motorola Droid 2 [Update]

We all know that the Motorola Droid 2 is launching on August 12th. Pre-orders start tomorrow, folks. And, we all know that Android 2.2 is coming pre-installed on the device, as it's one of the main selling points of the upgraded Droid model. And with Froyo, also comes Flash Player. While there's been a huge furor over whether or not it even works on the device, as many original Droid owners are having a heck of a time with their own upgrade to Froyo and utilizing the software, it looks like Adobe themselves wanted to calm folks down. So, here's a video.

Motorola Droid Getting Flash Player 10.1 on August 18th

The leaks are coming out fast and furious. It's almost ridiculous. Luckily, this time it has nothing to do with the Droid 2, and it has nothing to do with August 12th. Well, it's August related, but at least it's almost a week later. Anyway, remember that story we told you about, how the FRG01B update for the original Droid, which brought the device to Froyo-land, wasn't playing well with Adobe's Flash Player 10.1? Apparently that's a real issue, and Verizon's already on top of it.

Adobe’s FlashTime Brings Peer-to-Peer Video Calling to Android Soon

So, video calling is a big thing now a days. With Apple's own variation out and about, and the EVO 4G doing quite well for itself with its own front-facing camera, and considering there's still more devices coming down the pipeline with the hardware, we can figure that a lot of companies out there are going to want to get into the action. Adobe is no different. And, after titling their new software platform FlashTime, we imagine that they're obviously just going for the jugular here. We welcome the fight.

Droid X Shows Off the Future with Flash 10.1 Demo

Adobe's Flash 10.1 might not be something new to talk about in of itself, simply because there's been plenty of leaks for the Nexus One and even the Droid, but seeing it demoed on the Droid X is still something to get excited about. That's a 4.3-inch screen of beauty. And seeing what the future holds for this device is good. Really, really good.
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