by Simon Hill, 1 year ago
Have you ever wondered why we have to pay so much for extra storage in tablets? Is this just a sneaky way for manufacturers to boost their profits?
by Sam Cater, 1 year ago
So Adobe have chosen not to release the Flash player to Jelly Bean devices and are discontinuing it as a whole. Poor move, frankly. This encompasses everything from the Nexus 7 to the custom Jelly Bean builds released by AOKP and CyanogenMod. However as usual XDA members are here to save the day. If you want to get Flash back on your device so you can watch Flash animations, videos and other content in your browsers, here is all you need to do.
by Andrew Grush, 1 year ago
It’s the early 2000s, and the Internet is a place that is quickly evolving. One of the standards that leads the pack for online video and gaming is the technology known as Adobe Flash. The sky is the limit and the future seems bright for the technology.
Fast-forward to today and the scene has dramatically changed. After years of boasting that it would bring its rich multimedia experience to the mobile and PC world alike, Adobe announced last year that it would be stopping development of Flash for mobile devices.