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I have an HTC thunderbolt cell phone that I recently performed a software update on. Since the update to the android 4.0.4 OS I can no longer view the majority of multimedia on web pages I view. Is there a fix for this ?
Any help would be appreciated.
This post was edited by Shankopotamus39 13 months ago
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by coastalgamecock 13 months ago
The above post is incorrect, at least the second part:
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by znypar 13 months ago
Thanks for the link. But adobe has stopped supporting android that's why it has been taken of play store. Can you get it thru an apk file and loading it yes. The last version they created does work with jelly bean but who knows going forward with new software upgrades.
This post was edited by coastalgamecock 13 months ago
yeah, this whole adobe flash deal has PMO. I subscribed to gamecocksonline so that I could listen to baseball games via my phone and it won't let me since I can't get adobe flash on my droid razr maxx.
Here is a link to flash from my personal box.
Download this and try to install it. If it does not work i will put up another later.
Will not work with chrome browser so use the stock browser or another of your choice. Make sure you change settings in the browser.
Also go to settings/security/ and tick unknown sources or it wont install.
This post was edited by frankpaula45 13 months ago
thanks to all! i will give these suggestions a try today.
To enable sideloading in Android 4.0, go to the Settings menu, then Security, then look for "Unknown sources" in the Device administration section. Turn on the "Allow installation of non-Market apps" checkbox
This link has a lot of info on it.
THANK YOU FOR WATCHING!
don't let the title fool you... i'm not a fan of guns and roses
this worked for me, thanks guys!
Get latest version of flash.
Download Adobe Air. (flash replacement)
i already had adobe air, but it didn't allow media to load/play on webpages. i would just see a blue lego where the video space was located.
Glad you got it.
Did you use my link to the apk or something else?
Just curious if it worked for you I will leave it up if not I will change the link to another in case someone else finds this post.
This post has been edited 3 times, most recently by frankpaula45 13 months ago
i used your link. preciate ya
The link explains all that, and the same steps in the link are covered in the other posts.
Glad you got it working!
which link worked? the box link? or the "Allow installation of non-Market apps"? and then did you download adobe flash? Trying the latter now. TIA.
FWIW, I'm trying to access via my droid razr maxx phone. Just called CBS tech support and they indicated that these live events were not intended to be listened to via phone.
This is the stupidest deal that USC has ever made. There is no reason with today's technology that we/I should not be able to listen via smart phone. I can probably launch the space shuttle with my phone, but can't get simple baseball game audio.
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