1. MessedUpTeen's Avatar
    Is there a fix for this??????
    02-21-2012 09:08 AM
  2. flybass's Avatar
    nope. no plans for flash support
    02-21-2012 09:15 AM
  3. I Monarch's Avatar
    Flash is not supported.
    02-21-2012 09:18 AM
  4. turdbogls's Avatar
    Adobe came out and said it is not supporting Flash on Mobile any more.. so any browsers coming out from here on out are not going to have it.

    i have noticed that if you hit the "full screen" button on videos it will usually play them for you just fine.
    only had to open a page once in the stock browser so i could view something.

    you have to keep in mind, most pages are made to be viewed on an iphone...which doesn't have flash. so they will usually work without it.
    02-21-2012 09:59 AM
  5. elvisgp's Avatar
    There is no flash support but there is HTML5 video, which will allow for some YouTube videos to play in chrome.

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk
    02-21-2012 10:45 AM
  6. yosteve's Avatar
    I still can't believe that adobe loss that battle. Hopefully it'll make for quicker loading videos.
    02-21-2012 10:56 AM
  7. Andrew Martonik's Avatar
    Mobile flash is dead. Its useless for Chrome to support it.

    I think its a great idea for Google to just choose to not support it anymore. Its a waste of time.
    02-21-2012 11:48 AM
  8. anon(394005)'s Avatar
    I understand why they're not supporting Flash. But frankly IMO, it's the wrong move at this time (same with limiting Chrome to ICS). Flash is still very prominent across the web and HTML 5 video is still a long way off in competing. Not a day goes by that my iPad using family member doesn't complain about no Flash support while browsing the web. Also considering the increasing power of today's smartphones and fast network speeds, why use the mobile version of a website when you can get the full blown desktop version Flash included? If you want, there is still the option to either disable or set it to on-demand. Don't limit choice and try to force me into something. That's something I'd expect from Apple, not Google. Thus, no Flash = no Chrome.
    02-21-2012 12:20 PM