Although Adobe has stopped all new development on the mobile front for Flash, they're keeping their word by rolling out updates to address compatibility and security concerns. The latest update for Adobe Flash Player 11 is now available in the Android Market and in addition to that, Adobe also went ahead and updated Adobe AIR as well:
- This update to Adobe Flash Player 11 includes compatibility with Android 4 supported devices, performance improvements and bug fixes related to security and stability. The complete set of release notes can be found at: http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/923/cpsid_92359.html.
- Adobe AIR 184.108.40.2067 for Android includes compatibility with Android 4 supported devices, performance improvements and bug fixes related to security and stability. The complete set of release notes can be found at: http://kb2.adobe.com/cps/923/cpsid_92359.html.
Looking at the full change logs for, these updates should cover any issues you had with videos being green on Ice Cream Sandwich. Both updates are available in the Android Market right now.
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