Adobe Flash Player Debugger can be useful for collecting debug information while building Flex applications. However, before the standard Adobe Flash Player can be installed (for production websites), uninstall the debugger. This TechNote provides instructions for uninstalling Adobe Flash Player Debugger.
Production applications running in the debugger generally respond much more slowly than the standard Adobe Flash Player. The debugger is designed to collect information for analysis during the development cycle. In a production environment, replace the debugger with the standard player. There could be other cases as well where you want to uninstall the player, for example:
- To ensure a clean upgrade to the latest version of Adobe Flash Player.
- To test different versions of Flash player with your Flex Application.
- To test or fix a possible failed Adobe Flash Player installation.
You can uninstall the Adobe Flash Player using the Flash Player Uninstaller, or you can remove the Flash Player manually.
After Adobe Flash Player has been uninstalled, visit the Adobe website to download and install the latest Adobe Flash Player.