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    Default Google confirms no flash in ICS.

    Flash is missing in action in ICS.

    http://www.slashgear.com/google-confirms-no-flash-for-ice-cream-sandwich-for-the-time-being-19196702/?utm_source=pulsenews&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+slashgear+%28SlashGear%29
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    Are you sure about that?
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    Default Re: Google confirms no flash in ICS.

    It's confirmed. I had problems upgrading to ICS from Gingerbread, but T-Mobile and Samsung solved the problems. But before I did the upgrade I read
    the ICS review at PCMag.com, a glowing one, but a few reservations, one, no flash, two, ICS needs more resources (I figure 2 gigs RAM, minimum of 1 gig), three, slower on some devices, and four, some apps you have may not work on ICS. I'll wait. I like my Samsung Galaxy S Blaze. I'll wait until cI can afford the S III.
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    Default Re: Google confirms no flash in ICS.

    If this thread is still active, with people reading, here is an apk file you can install, which can enable flash in ICS. I have tested it, should work, though keep in mind that some browsers work with it, and as android progresses with no flash support, browsers in future might obliterate flash support entirely.
    Here is the file, via drop box.
    http://db.tt/S3DrXQwc
    Have an good day,
    SpiralBorg.


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    Last edited by SpiralBorg; 02-23-2013 at 05:42 AM.

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