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# 28076 17-Nov-2008 21:53
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Does windows mobile have flash lite 3 support? Ive seen articles around on the net saying adobe was going to develop it, but nothing more than that.

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  # 178483 17-Nov-2008 22:23
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ok, thanks for clearing that up.

EDIT
So i kept looking, and found this
http://www.modaco.com/content/xperia-x1-x1-modaco-com/274005/pauls-must-have-free-xperia-x1-software/
"Flash Lite 3.1 for X1 - play YouTube and other Flash content natively in the Opera browser"

Did they change something with the x1?

 
 
 
 




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  # 178487 17-Nov-2008 22:41
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ahhh, cheers. Sorry if they were dumb questions Embarassed

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  # 178502 18-Nov-2008 05:37
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In 'theory' there is no such 'official' flash lite for winmo as MF mentioned.

However ...
I have managed to get flash lite 3 working with some versions of the Opera Beta browsers however you need a 'cooked' ROM where permissions are less tight (to write etc to the ROM part of the phone OS) ... and you'd need xip and sys from OS Build 20000 and higher

EDIT this is of course for devices that are older, over 1.5 years old Smile

Further info here

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  # 178507 18-Nov-2008 07:15
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Flash 3.1 is available for some other handsets too, I have it running on my Touch Pro as well as my Xperia - you need to have Opera 9.5 browser builds installed (by that count the Diamond should be able to run it too).

It was a straightforward matter of installation too (installation file over at XDA of course), didn't need cooked ROMs or the like for either of my phones.




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  # 178525 18-Nov-2008 10:12
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i have a flash light on my iPhone....


KIDDING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 
 
 
 


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  # 178558 18-Nov-2008 12:58
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You can run flash content direct with the IE browser as long as you throw in some basic HTML to reference the .swf

I had even Youtube's full site operating within Opera a while back but I'd sone something extra to make it work, it was so absurdly slow you don't even want to try it though.


"Flash lite" content will play but on IE the left and right and "left softkey" works from the action button, up and down goes to the address bar. Opera is a similar, not all functions work.




<html>
<head>
<title>
Tree
</title>
</head>
<body>
<center>

<object classid="clsid:D27CDB6E-AE6D-11cf-96B8-444553540000" codebase="http://download.macromedia.com/pub/shockwave/cabs/flash/swflash.cab#version=6,0,29,0" width="100%"

height="100%">
  <param name="movie" value="green.swf">
  <param name="quality" value="high">
  <embed src="barry.swf" quality="high" pluginspage="http://www.macromedia.com/go/getflashplayer" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" width="800" height="600"></embed>
</object>

</center>
</body>
</html>

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  # 178624 18-Nov-2008 18:31
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slightly OT but  i have skyfire installed Laughing

runs all flash sites easily.

ask a relative in the USA to register on your behalf so you can download the beta.

i prefer Opera but got fustrated trying permutations of the beta 8.5 builds and getting flash 3.1 to work so tried skyfire and no problems




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  # 178625 18-Nov-2008 18:34
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Damager: slightly OT but  i have skyfire installed Laughing

runs all flash sites easily.

ask a relative in the USA to register on your behalf so you can download the beta.


while you're at it :) (being OT) that is you can select any number from whitepages.com and download to your PC yourself as long as you supply correct email address :)

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  # 179307 21-Nov-2008 23:55
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zocster:
Damager: slightly OT but? i have skyfire installed Laughing

runs all flash sites easily.

ask a relative in the USA to register on your behalf so you can download the beta.


while you're at it :) (being OT) that is you can select any number from whitepages.com and download to your PC yourself as long as you supply correct email address :)


that works too... now why didnt i think of that? :(




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  # 182537 6-Dec-2008 22:37
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Folks, now you can get skyfire on your winmo and symbian by typing in get.skyfire.com from your mobile, @Damager latest version is smooth and fast!

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  # 182585 7-Dec-2008 14:03
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zocster: Folks, now you can get skyfire on your winmo and symbian by typing in get.skyfire.com from your mobile, @Damager latest version is smooth and fast!


nice! gonna suss it via the wifi Laughing




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