Follow-up on Earlier Question: Flash Plug-in for WMP9
5.Nov.07 Mon 3:13a (PHT)
Thank you for your reply to my original question via my email addy yesterday.
Yes, I still need to know WHERE to download a free plug-in for my Windows Media Player 9 so that I can view Flash video content directly in the player and not on my IE6 or Firefox browser.
My OS is Windows XP SP2
As I stated earlier, I've been to the Macromedia website but I don't know under which heading/category to find it so that their search machine wasn't much help.
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when you have your document opened, look every layer to find little yellow triangle(s), witch means that there is a problem with this(those) layer(s), it can be (more often) the text layers that have fonts that you don't have installed, or a reference file that has been moved from original path.
hope you'll solve that !
latest version of Flash for Android devices has been released by Adobe, you can get it on your Sony Ericsson Xpreia X8 running Android 2.1 ?clair. Just follow these simple steps and you will be enjoying flash playback on your handset in no time.
First of all, download 'flash_for_2.1.zip' from this link
http://www.addictivetips.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/flash_for_21.zip and extract the .apk file that it contains to your computer. Now connect your phone to your computer via USB and copy the .apk file to your SD card's root folder. Make sure that you don't copy it to a sub-folder as it will not work that way.
Next, install the 'Apps Installer' application, which can be found at the Android Market. Once it has been installed, launch it and follow its instructions to browse to the .apk file that you copied to your storage card, and install it.
Once the installation is finished, reboot your phone, and you're done. You can now start browsing flash websites on your phone.
hi... pls try this.. maybe your computer already have an adobe flash... pls try to uninstall if first then reinstall it.. pls follow this steps... 1. start 2. control panel 3. add/ remove program 4. click the "adobe flash" 5. remove it.. thank you very much...