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It may depend on what version of Flash is on those phones. I also use the Sprint HTC EVO 4G (with "Froyo" - Android 2.2), and can open the site with no problem. It does not freeze up. I've also had no problems with other sites I've built in Flex. That being said, the site is not optimized at all for Android, so you cannot expect it to deliver much of a user experience.
While Andriod 2.2 is entering the market, how should we optimize a Flex app that runs on both desktop and mobile phone well?
Is there anything in Flex that runs on the normal Flash Player, but not the one in Andriod?
I tried to use Modules in the app to reduce the size of initial loaded swf file, but it makes the inter-application response time bad
although it reduces initial loading time.
Anything you design for mobile has to be vastly different than the desktop version. Adobe has new tools for Android development (using Flex) coming out soon.
This link should help you get started:
I would hope that Flex/Flash Builders are able to build both desktop and mobile Flex applications. I want to have one version of
code that can be applied to both desktop and mobile. The advices I need are what should and should not do to build a Flex application
that may run on both platforms...
rtalton, Which sites did you use to test the Android on cell phones?