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    Default Adobe Flash Lite 3.1 Distributable Player

    Adobe Flash Lite 3.1 Distributable Player

    The distributable player solution enables developers to create rich applications for the latest version of Adobe® Flash Lite™ and directly distribute their content to millions of open OS smartphones, providing a better on-device user experience.

    Flash Lite 3.1 Distributable Player. Flash Lite 3.1 includes the same features as Flash Lite 3.0, such as support for Flash Player compatible video, with some additional enhancements including improved security model for SWF file access. The solution delivers a standalone player for applications, without affecting the Flash Lite browser plug-in or pre-installed standalone player, if present.

    Supported devices (last updated: February 16, 2009)
    S60 Devices

    1. Nokia N78
    2. Nokia E65
    3. Nokia N95 8GB
    4. Nokia N95
    5. Nokia N73
    6. Nokia N81
    7. Nokia 6120 Classic
    8. Nokia E51
    9. Nokia N81 8GB
    10. Nokia E71
    11. Nokia N96
    12. Nokia N82

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    Default Adobe Mobile Flash Downloads

    Adobe seems to have dropped their brain-dead practice of charging for the Flash client for mobile phones. I never understood why the far more capable desktop client was free but Adobe expected end-users and OEMs to pay for the mobile client. In my opinion, if the mobile client had been free from the start Flash would be the dominant mobile application platform today instead of Java ME.

    At MWC, Adobe launched a new distributable player solution that finally brings the free distribution model to mobile. It lets developers package Flash Lite apps in such a way that when users launch them they are prompted if they want to install the player. If the user agrees, the player will download and install at no cost to the user. This mirrors the way Flash works in PC browsers and should help to drive adoption.

    To showcase the distributable player solution, Adobe has created a mobile web site at m.adobe.com with a few free games and apps built with distributable player solution. The distributable player supports most S60 3rd edition and recent Windows Mobile phones but is only available in India, Italy, Spain, UK, and U.S. I can understand supporting only a limited number of handsets but why the geographical restriction? I'd expect that the apps would work anywhere, why limit them to five countries? The mobile site didn't detect my location or my N95 and asked me to choose one of the supported countries and pick my handset from a list. Given that the site can't detect my location, it might actually be possible to download these games from other countries. If you try it and works from somewhere other than India, Italy, Spain, UK, and or the U.S. please leave a comment letting us know.

    On my N95 in the US there were six apps available:

    Adobe's MWC Concierge Flash App

    * Adobe Barcelona Concierge: Get MWC news, local restaurants, Spanish phrases, and more.
    * Bone Comics: Follow the humorous adventures of these cartoon cousins.
    * Dolce & Gabbana: Check out videos and photos from D&G fashion.
    * Finetune: Build your own radio station and stream it to your phone.
    * Nespresso: Find a local coffee vendor, or order some delivered to your house.
    * TowerBloxx: Build your own city in this drop and stack construction game.

    I tried TowerBloxx first and was prompted to install two additional apps; Adobe Version Checker and Flash Lite Player V. 3.01. The installation (over WiFi) took a surprisingly long time. I didn't time it but it seemed like a couple of minutes. The player installed along side of rather than replacing the N95's pre-installed Flash Lite Player 3.0. I wasn't impressed by TowerBloxx, a rather simple game with uninspiring graphics that ran in a window half the size of the phone's screen. The MWC Concierge was better. It offers show news, hours, a video player with interviews of industry executives, a Twitter client with some hard coded show timelines, a show map, Barcelona tourist guide and a small talking phrasebook.

    Adobe also announced that it is develping a full Flash 10 player for Android, Windows Mobile, Palm Pre and S60 platforms by early next year. That should put some pressure on Apple!

    Also announced as being in development was a new Adobe PDF and eBook reader that will (yawn) reflow content to fit mobile screens (like every other mobile book reader already does) and has DRM support.

    *From WAP Review



    Click here for the downloads. m.adobe.com

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    Default Re: Adobe Flash Lite 3.1 Distributable Player

    hello..im a newbie here..can you please help me on how can i install this kind of application ..i have several problems with my phone(nokia e90)..i want to get this application to play the official website of youtube..please help me

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    Default Re: Adobe Flash Lite 3.1 Distributable Player

    Quote Originally Posted by jnvksa
    hello..im a newbie here..can you please help me on how can i install this kind of application ..i have several problems with my phone(nokia e90)..i want to get this application to play the official website of youtube..please help me
    Use this http://www.dailymobile.net/forum/ind...ic,5358.0.html

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    Default Re: Adobe Flash Lite 3.1 Distributable Player

    adobe flash 3.1 is for Nokia n85?

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    Default Re: Adobe Flash Lite 3.1 Distributable Player

    is the adobe flash player for nokia 5800 XM?

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    Default Re: Adobe Flash Lite 3.1 Distributable Player

    flash integration for the s60 v3 platform? didn't think that was possible... or at least, hadn't been done.

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    Default Re: Adobe Flash Lite 3.1 Distributable Player

    Thanks my dear froend on this fantastic contribution


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    Default Re: Adobe Flash Lite 3.1 Distributable Player

    Thank you very much. sure find it useful !!

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    Default Re: Adobe Flash Lite 3.1 Distributable Player

    this thing is lying. i downloaded the file while installing the version is 3.01 not 3.1


 
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