In the spirit of true fragmentation, Adobe has released an update to Flash 10.1. This update brings Flash to version 10.1.106.15, and along with whatever bug fixes and optimizations Adobe has made to the application, they've introduced a new twist -- users with devices that have a Tegra 2 chipset are advised to not update to the latest version, but to wait for a special version that will be available "soon."
While this doesn't mean much now, other than for you lucky folks with a Dell Streak 7 or one of the various tablets with the Tegra 2, this kind of thing is the real definition of fragmentation -- certain software that will only run on certain devices. Here's hoping that Adobe can get things sorted and create one version that works for both Tegra 2 and non-Tegra devices, or that Google can straighten out the market so only applicable updates show to the end-user.
In the meantime, if you're not sure if your new Android has a Tegra 2 chip, check out our device guide or step into the forums. Thanks to everyone who sent this in!
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