Flash Player 10.2 Now Out for Android 3.0 Tablets

Posted by at 11:03 am on April 29, 2011

Adobe late on Thursday announced the release of Flash Player 10.2 for Android 3.0 tablets. Like the beta, the Motorola Xoom and other tablets that use Android 3.0.1 need an Android update to take advantage of the latest Flash Player. The release also includes a security update and is now available from the Android Market.

Some have seen a mention of Android 3.1 required. The update is likely the one mentioned by Verizon briefly that adds Widevine support for future YouTube movie rentals as well as direct camera photo transfer support.

Together with enhancements found in an upcoming Google Android update, Flash Player 10.2 will bring hardware-accelerated playback of 720P high-definition video. The recent major security flaw has also been addressed in this release.

Adobe hasn’t said when 10.2 final will be ready for smartphones or given a timetable for other platforms, like webOS.

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