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Master Geek


Topic # 18527 13-Jan-2008 21:58
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Just wondering is there anyway to make my n95 play videos from the web? Its got wireless internet b/g but when i go to video streaming sites it says "either your java is turned off or you dont have flash player installed" NOKIA n95 came with flash player, but on top i installed flash lite Version 3 for n95, still no use.. Any help??? I also used Opera mini browser version 4....

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Geek


  Reply # 104645 14-Jan-2008 00:32
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yeah was wondering the same!

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  Reply # 104955 15-Jan-2008 12:33
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Inside the browser it currently does not, however there are a lot of third party apps now being released to enable youtube etc viewing

Flash lite 3 which enables FLV videos has only recently been released. The latest firmware for the n95-8gb has web browser flash video support so i imagine the n95 classic support isn't far off.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 105022 15-Jan-2008 17:15
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i find a flash program in http://mosh.nokia.com/ but its for S90
cant wait til this app to be release

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  Reply # 105056 15-Jan-2008 20:54
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Programmes available for the n95 like emTube coupled with the developer version of flash lite 3 allow playback of the full library from youtube. Just not in the browser. It won't be far off though

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