I have the latest version of flash 10.3.186.7 on my galaxy tab2. Everytime i try to run flash, it would prompt me to upgrade to the latest version. i have uninstall and reinstall again and again the same thing happens. What is the actual problem? Can someone help me? Thanks so much!
Thks for the reply. The tab came with the earlier version of flash 10.3. So yes, the latest version was updated from android market. When I check from applications on my tab, it shows that I have the latest version of flash. So when I am on facebook from the browser, every time when I try to play or view flash games/video, it would prompt me to upgrade to the latest version of flash. Is this a bug? Or anyone using tab2 facing this problem?
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a) First, verify that Flash Player is installed and working on your system.
Check the Flash Player Version Detection page, here (the link is case-sensitive): http://adobe.ly/wRILS
b) If you see the box with version information, you have successfully installed Flash Player and will be able to view Flash content via the Android browser.
Open the Browser
Hit the Menu Button
Choose Settings > Enable Plug-Ins and make sure that it's set to Always On
If the settings above did not match, this probably fixed the problem.
Please visit the Flash Player Version Detection Page (http://adobe.ly/wRILS ) again.
If you see the version information now, you're done! Congratulations.
d) If not, it sounds like the installation did not work correctly.
First uninstall Flash Player by doing the following:
Go to Settings > Applications > Manage Applications > Adobe Flash Player
Hit Uninstall (or Uninstall Updates) and follow the prompts
Restart your phone. This will make sure that anything that might be keeping the Flash Player binary locked is no longer running.
Once the phone comes back up, open the Market and search for "Flash Player". Follow the installation prompts.
I have a couple wild guesses, but I haven't seen this before.
Do you have any other browsers installed? You might try uninstalling them to see if one of them is stepping in instead of the default browser when Facebook embeds web content.
If not, is the issue only happening on one video? It might be that a particular encoding scheme doesn't jive well with the chipset in your device.
If you can find a couple public videos that exhibit the problem, I can try and reproduce it here to better understand what's happening.
If none of those things work, I might be able to glean some useful information from your system logs. Send me a private message through the forum, and I'll get you instructions on how to do that.