Flash Player 10.1 on Google Nexus Ones

We are pleased to announce that Flash Player 10.1 is now generally available for download on the Android Market for Google™ Nexus One™ phones. Flash Player 10.1 for Android (2.2) is now generally available as of August 16; we had previously released Flash Player 10.1 to partners in June 2010. We expect additional Android devices like the HTC Incredible, Samsung Galaxy S, Motorola Milestone, Droid X, Droid by Motorola, Dell Streak and other mobile platforms to get Flash Player 10.1 over the next few weeks and months. Upgrade paths for devices in market today depend on the specific device, manufacturer, operator and the region. In addition to Android, mobile platforms including webOS, BlackBerry, MeeGo, LiMo, a future version of Windows Phone 7 and others will deliver support for Flash Player 10.1 over the coming months. Many of the new devices are expected to come pre-installed with full Flash.

Android phones available now which support Flash Player 10.1 include:

  • Google™ Nexus One™ — Download from Android Market.
  • HTC Evo™ 4G — Included with the Android 2.2 update from HTC.
  • HTC Desire — Included with the Android 2.2 update from HTC.
  • DROID 2 by Motorola — Devices ship with Flash Player 10.1 preinstalled.

Learn more about current and upcoming devices that support Flash Player 10.1.

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7 thoughts on “Flash Player 10.1 on Google Nexus Ones

  1. Please let your contacts in Motorola know that I, The Dirty Fingered Reverend, hope that I will not have to wait long to see Flash and Froyo on my Milestone!

    Reverend Dirty Fingers

  2. For Sure, Google will support Motorola for making the Android campaign very successful…

    If Motorola doesn’t release Android 2.2 for Milestone, the very much publically known thing that Milestone can support even Gingerbread (after Froyo), will be told upside down.. They are gonna fool us Milestone Owners for sure, I guarantee you.. If not, they could have released Froyo update very early, unless they do not have a software team (only dumb heads they have to customize the very silly software). What customization is it going on with?? It has no black shiny background too.. looks like old linux.. for that they take 20 years to customize the shit.. I’m gonna post this all over the forums… Shameless fellas..

    You know??, Apple doesn’t have, Google never has a support like Microsoft. Microsoft products may be sluggish, due to the features included, but no other softwares serve their purpose. If it is Microsoft in place of Motorola or Google, they would have released the update on May 22nd, 2010, not waiting till the customers woes…

    Flas people too not supporting us! Now HTML 5 is gonna replace flash and dreamweaver too.. I’m with Microsoft..!! always..

    middle fingers to Motorola and all other companies who dig customer’s graves using tricky simple software and hardware pranks.. Microsoft cheats the least.. My experience from 25 years.. I had all the products and even Milestone with Google Android Operating System..

    I had alerts setup for each post on web related to Milestone Froyo and it shows that the f*k*ng Motorola and Google either doesn’t respond to that or deletes the post by reporting abuse from their own accounts with different names.

  3. Also an anxious milestone user here. Flash, and the ability to accept meeting requests sent via email and have them post to my corporate calendar, both things will be fixed!

  4. Can anybody tell me how well this is performing? That, after all, really is the question isn’t it? Is Flash content draining the battery life? If is making the phone unusably sluggish?

    If not, hat’s off.

    If so, why bother? Fix it, then tout it.

    • Go to Android Market. If it’s available for your phone’s OS, it will be there. Did you update to Android 2.2?