I keep checking Android Marketplace (The last time just a few minutes ago) & I keep running into the now-all-too familiar [b]THIS APP IS INCOMPATIBLE[/b] error message. Why is this?
For something that SHOULD COME STANDARD STRAIGHT OUT OF THE BOX like a web browser, you're sure making it hard for us [b]ORDINARY PEOPLE[/b]
I hope I needn't remind you that [b]WHEN COMPANIES FIGHT - CONSUMERS LOSE[/b] !!!!! And we [b]DO NOT[/b] like losing !!!!!
FIX THIS !!!!! I have apps (UStream & Justin TV) that DEPEND on my having Flash on my phone in order to enjoy them properly !!!!! In the meantime, I shall endeavour to maintain enough storage space to install it once it DOES become compatible so I can download it
AVERAGE ORDINARY END USER (This means I'm NOT a corporate customer)
Flash Player requires a CPU with support for the ARMv7-A instruction set to achieve the level of performance required for acceptable multimedia playback.
Your device has an ARM11 CPU, which only supports the ARMv6 instruction set.
For future reference, Adobe maintains a list of devices certified to work with Adobe Flash Player and AIR here:
You might want to give Skyfire a try. It uses "remote desktop" technology to render Flash animation and video in the cloud, for devices that are incapable of processing Flash content natively:
Quality Engineering Manager - Flash Runtime Mobile
Adobe Systems, Inc