With many of you now armed with a Samsung Galaxy Nexus the folks at Adobe felt it was time to go ahead and update their Adobe Flash Player 11 to include support for Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The notes in the change log confirm there is still some issues that need to be worked out but for the most things should be working fine. If you're looking for the full change log, you can hit up the source link -- otherwise, go grab v220.127.116.11 from the Android Market. Thanks, Adobe, for not making us all wait until the end of the year.
Source: Adobe; Thanks to all who sent this in!
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