We don't know about you, but the last thing we want to worry about when determining whether our smartphones are supported is what exactly what processor it's running. And Adobe apparently thinks so, too, fighting some FUD that appeared late last week over which phones it supports for Flash Player 10.1. (Seriously, folks? Somebody thought they'd take Flash away from the original Droid just weeks after it got it?)
For those of you who refuse to click through to the link, here are the phones Adobe Flash currently supports, and how you can get Flash Player 10.1 for them:
- Nexus One: Download from Android Market.
- Sprint Evo 4G: Included in Android 2.2 update from HTC.
- HTC Desire: Included in Android 2.2 update from HTC.
- Motorola Droid: On devices with Android 2.2 (build FRG22C or higher).
- Motorola Droid 2: Pre-installed at launch.
- Motorola Droid X: Will be included in upcoming Android 2.2 update.
So that's that. If you're phone's not on that list, fear not, as Adobe will be updating as time and updates go on. And if you haven't yet, be sure to check out our interview with Adobe platform evangelist Ryan Stewart. [Adobe]
Update: Yes, the Droid Incredible is missing. Yes, Adobe will add it. No, we had nothing to do with it.
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