Nokia will, if we use the plugin which they paid money to have developed.borgqueenx said:Adobe will only be happy with flash on another console so i dont think they'l cry if we put it on pandora on a illigal third party way.
If nothing else, there are greasemonkey scripts which will play youtube in a native player rather than flash. Getting youtube will not be a long time, even if we never get flash.Mantis said:Would be a big shame if YouTube won't be supported for a long time. YouTube itself is a major selling factor of many devices nowadays. Sure, Pandora has a niche audience currently but who knows what the future holds? I say the more mainstream features the better, too.
Sounds interesting but i dont think flash would instantly work on pandora. What about the release date? What about ram use? What if its only....WombleGoneBad said:According to Adobe, Flash v10.1 will support ARM architectures (particularly cortex-A series).
There is currently a beta available, and it appears there are packages specifically for andriod.
Does all this not mean that it is very likely full 'proper' flash will soon be available for the Pandora?
What an I missing?
WombleGoneBad said:According to Adobe, Flash v10.1 will support ARM architectures (particularly cortex-A series).