Adobe Flash Player Update with Support for ICS Unwrapped

December 16, 2011, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Proud owners of the Galaxy Nexus worldwide can make more out of your Ice Cream Sandwich device, from now on.

Adobe has announced an update to the Flash Player that will include support for the latest Android platform, just in time for the arrival of the Galaxy Nexus in the US.

The 11.1 version of the Flash Player comes with enhancements and bug fixes related to stability, performance, and device compatibility, but no major features.

That also means that Adobe hasn’t done much, more than bringing in ICS support this time.

Adobe admits that there are issues yet to be sorted out. These are the problems that the version has not fixed: Seeking while video is paused will not update the frame of ICS, Stagevideo using on2 and Sorenson does not work on the platform, PHDS content plays with audio pops.

Also, the operating system does not prioritize an incoming call and the enter key does not work on the multi-line text input field.

If your device is Android 2.2 Froyo or above and you want the update, head here.

As Adobe has decided the plug-in should retire, this might be the last version of the Flash Player.

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