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    Is Android Supprot Flash?

    Hi All,

    I have Android(2.1.updeatd1) Motorola milestone and its not support flash file.

    Please provide me right application or pepper way for it..

    Thanks

    Aimy Thomas

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    Android Flash Player

    As of writing, Flash Player 11 is available for Android: Flash Player for Android

    Although, if you want to make apps for Android, i suggest using Adobe Air instead.

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    Flash CS6 also includes the platform in it's compiling method now so any installation of an AIR app can be a single download.

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    Thanks you both for informative ans.

    Aimy Thomas

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    Update

    As of this date the Flash Player is no longer supported in the newest Android(jellybean).

    AIR, however has had several new iterations for mobile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rynoe View Post
    As of this date the Flash Player is no longer supported in the newest Android(jellybean).

    AIR, however has had several new iterations for mobile.
    I have programmed my application in flash CS6/AS3 and published as .SDK file using AIR (3.7). So will my AIR application work on android 4.2 eventhough it contains swf file?

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    Quote Originally Posted by truth_seeker View Post
    I have programmed my application in flash CS6/AS3 and published as .SDK file using AIR (3.7).
    oops, i meant .apk file.

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    Hi

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    now when air app was discontinued, you need to make sure your apk was packaged in captive runtime mode (basically it is similar to ios, air is now part of apk).

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    Just one question. Let's just say that you can play flash on android. You basically do not port the game for android platform right? I mean can I distribute my game palomilla hunter http://www.monkeygamesworld.com/game...la-hunter.html for android. I use mouse in flash, would android 'understand and interpret' mouse clicks into finger touches or how it works.

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    Yup it will. That is basically what I did. Allthough I turned all my MovieClips into bitmaps to increase performance as this will use the GPU on the device instead of the CPU. You will probably have to do some tweaks but it's pretty easy

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