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jankratochvil
11-23-2004, 04:13 AM
I downloaded from one web this Flash Player. What they describe in the About this is the version 0.4.10 of the Flash library.

I found the site: Visit the site http://www.swift-tools.net/

But i did not found any infos about the Flash Player for mobile phone (Symbian).

Do you know some news about standalone Flash Player for Symbian?


The player is here:

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david petley
11-24-2004, 03:50 PM
Hi jankratochvil,

I have removed your attachment...we cannot allow distribution of Macromedia's software via these forums, we have no agreement with them to do so.

Hope you understand.

davidp.

jankratochvil
11-25-2004, 02:59 AM
Of course, sorry i donīt knew it.

Best regards JanKratochvil


Originally posted by david petley
Hi jankratochvil,

I have removed your attachment...we cannot allow distribution of Macromedia's software via these forums, we have no agreement with them to do so.

Hope you understand.

davidp.

glenn_a_m
12-09-2004, 01:37 AM
hey,

I just bought a motorola A1000 (symbian UIQ)

and, the pre-installed browser (an Opera derivatiev I think) has flash player 5

FIVE! that's way cool,

I used to have a p800 (same basic OS) but could only find somebody v4 player (which had a few issues)

it's a plugin though - don't know abour standalone availability


:) it's kinda slow and clunky to display my website (but that's a cpu hog, and sucks at the best of times)

anyway,
cool,

glenn

jankratochvil
12-09-2004, 04:07 AM
cool

show me the website please

is the site optimized for mobile or not?

hp3
12-09-2004, 06:01 PM
The situation for Flash on Symbian devices seems to depend more upon network providers than manufacturers, though there may be a mix in some situations.

A920,A925,A1000 are all available through the 3 network. I believe that both 3 and motorola worked out the licensing of Flash 5 (built into Opera for this devices only) for these devices.

The more likely player in the future will be a version of FlashLite. However, none of the operators are including Flash pre-installed on Symbian devices as of yet and none are providing a download. (one small exception is T-mobile which offers FlashLite to uses who subscribe to its news service in UK, Germany and Austria)

So, if you already have a symbian phone, there really isnt a way to get Flash for the phone until your network operator begins to support it. Perhaps at that time you can obtain Flash from the network operator.

I really doubt that Macromedia is going to offer downloads, unless these are strictly for development purposes. In this case you will probably have to buy a developer license for the player.

leungzai
12-22-2004, 10:10 PM
Originally posted by jankratochvil
I downloaded from one web this Flash Player. What they describe in the About this is the version 0.4.10 of the Flash library.

I found the site: Visit the site http://www.swift-tools.net/

But i did not found any infos about the Flash Player for mobile phone (Symbian).

Do you know some news about standalone Flash Player for Symbian?


The player is here:

<zip removed>

Hi, I have came across to anyother possible player that is able to play flash on mobile phones. Mobiclip? But I not sure if is good, yet to try out their new version 3.0.

visit the link: http://www.mobiclip.com/

mobilefreak
12-22-2004, 10:42 PM
Originally posted by leungzai
Hi, I have came across to anyother possible player that is able to play flash on mobile phones. Mobiclip? But I not sure if is good, yet to try out their new version 3.0.

visit the link: http://www.mobiclip.com/

hey,
Is is true that it support AS1.0 and AS2.0 ? You mean i play .swf on my phone ? That will be cool.