Welcome to Adobe Flash Player 10.3 software! This document is for users installing Flash Player 10.3 on Android devices and for developers creating content for Flash Player 10.3. It addresses issues that are not discussed in the Flash Professional or Flex documentation. This document may be updated periodically for updated releases, and as more information becomes available.
Read these Release Notes carefully before downloading Flash Player 10.3 for Android.
The current build number for Flash Player 10.3 for Android 2.2 and above is 10.3.186.7. Flash Player 10.3 is a production GA (General Availability) release for devices with Android 2.2 (Froyo) and above.
For current Flash Player system requirements, visit http://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer/systemreqs/index.html#mobile.
To view a list of certified devices, visit http://www.adobe.com/flashplatform/certified_devices/
Flash Player 10.3 is the newest runtime release of the Open Screen Project that enables uncompromised Web browsing of expressive applications, content and video across devices. For a general overview of new features and enhancements, visit the Flash Player 10.3 Desktop release notes: http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/901/cpsid_90194.html.
Fixes and Enhancements in Flash Player 10.3.185.24
- Adobe Flash Player 10.3.185.25 addresses compatibility issues with some content using cross-domain policy files.
- Adobe Flash Player 10.3.186.3 includes security enhancements described in Security Bulletins APSB11-21.
Adobe Flash Player 10.3.186.6 addresses compatibility issues:
- Calls to gotoAndPlay() and gotoAndStop() no longer fail in some Flash applications which load shared libraries (2943612).
- TextField instances which specify a negative offset (x property contains a negative value) now correctly flow the text horizontally instead of vertically (2941680).
- Improved performance in some cases when displaying complex animations (2941931).
- Flash applications at certain websites (http://heylenmichel.de) now load correctly (2944081).
Adobe Flash Player 10.3.186.7 includes security enhancements described in Security Bulletin APSB11-26.
- Enabled NEON optimizations for OMAP4 (Cortex A-9) based devices. (2853030)
- Corrected an issue on the Samsung Galaxy S where H.264 video at resolutions of 720p and below was not displayed. (2852889)
- Fixed an issue where app packaging would fail for Android Apps using Flash Player in WebView that set android:hardwareAcceleration to True in their AndroidManifest.xml. (2834793)
- Fixed a crash on the HTC EVO that some users encountered with specific video. (2855425)
- Fixed an issue that caused video frames to stop rendering on long streaming videos (> 1 hour) on some Motorola devices. (2855957)
- Fixed an issue where touch events were getting delayed with Kongregate.com games. (2874651)
- Fixed an issue where games on Kongregate.com freeze when users exit from Full-Screen mode. (2874640)
This section documents known issues and limitations specific to Android. For additional information on known issues and limitations for Flash Player 10.3, visit the release notes. [http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/901/cpsid_90194.html]
- A driver bug on the AT&T version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab disables Hardware Video Decoding. (2867155)
- When playing multiple H.264 videos simultaneously on the Nexus One, only the first video will use the hardware decoder. All other instances will be decoded in software. (2824867)
- A problem with some firmware versions on the HTC Desire and HTC Desire HD can cause video playback to hang when changing between Full-Screen and Embedded mode. (2834740)
- An April update to the CDMA version of Samsung Galaxy Tab (Model: SCH-I800) breaks RTMP video playback. This should get fixed once Verizon distributes Gingerbread for this device. (2851870)
- When resuming video playback from sleep mode, the frames in the video buffer are rendered rapidly until the video catches up with the audio stream. (2856597)
- Due to a limitation in the power management APIs in Android, streaming video will continue to play audio while the device is in sleep mode. (2856595)
- An Nvidia driver bug on the Motorola Xoom can cause the browser to become unresponsive if the browser is put in the background while Flash Player is in Full-Screen mode. (2851889)
- On the HTC G2, flash stops responding when the keyboard is out (2847470)
Found a bug? Please send the detailed bug information via the online Adobe Bug and Issue Management System
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