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Topic # 110195 4-Oct-2012 22:01
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So let me get this straight. If I upgrade to Jellybean, I will lose ALL Flash support right? So no more TVNZ/TV3  On Demand or iSKY anymore? Or do these sites also use HTML5 now? I want to upgrade but my wife will kill me if she cant watch her shows in bed. Does anyone have an answer or workaround.

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  Reply # 696498 4-Oct-2012 22:34
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I have an Asus Transformer Prime (purchased from JB Hifi NZ), and I recently updated to Jelly Bean.
And flash still appears to run in the default browser.

www.whatismyflash.com reports version 11.1.115

I tested both tvnz & tv3 ondemand, and both worked (athough quite slow, couple of pauses, not sure if that was my internet tonight, or flash / the browser?)

About tablet reports Android 4.1.1

Don't take my word for it thought, check perhaps on XDA forums.

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