updated flash player 10.2...visible changes in performance....specially streaming!!!!
the new update is awesome, everything more snappy and more fluidly. I tested youtube 480p since it's stated as no go by the chopyness, but the galaxy s is capable to bringing it at a decent framerate of around 14.(oced 1.2ghz without jit mod) Higher then 480p is no go!
wowman .its awesome.u upgraded it on my galaxy s.and its working smoothly it has surely given a very big performance boost and the flash videos are playing nicely .i can pause the can go back in the video . and its not lagging anymore . its awesome . wow.
I see where the performance comes from, it now pauses all flash adds etc when playing video which is good, and it now buffers all videos fully rather then streaming data with a few second lead. Some videos are still a little choppy however if you let it buffer fully it's fine. Gametrailers.com used to be a flash nightmare but plays fine. Although the sound is screwed now, slow mow.
For someone who knows their stuff, the N900 is the ultimate smartphone(only limited by its RAM). Even now its MicroB browser second to none, and therez nothing even close behind it. Of course Android fans aint gna admit, after all the're specsheet geeks who root their phones using INSTRUCTIONS and fancy themselves geeks. They give a bad name te I.T
I didn't find any difference. Tested by samsung galacy ace's 360 view
[deleted post]I never claimed that it has got flash 10.2 but at the same time it comes with flash out of the box.
I am not even trying to convince myself but a tablet costing way too high is supposed to do that right from the start. It can play all the movie formats out of the box...well I am not here to explain capabilities of N900 else I have to spend whole night.... Moreover it is not meant for kids like you. Stick androids up your ass. I discount your stupidity due to lack of knowledge of yours....
I tried to do a before and after comparison. I went to the TSN.ca web site to view a video there. TSN videos tend to be very choppy on my Desire Z. It still seems just as choppy after upgrading.
I'm not sure if TSN uses Flash or some other method of showing video content. I assume it is. If someone can confirm this, I'd appreciate it.
I don't have any problems with smoothness on the Sportsnet.ca site, even before the upgrade. I did not do an immediate before and after comparison as I found the videos very smooth before anyway. I figured I would notice any difference on TSN more, but did not.
erm, N900 isn't any better i belive it only uses flash 9, so no hd video guess win 7 is still best wish phones canrun that soon once win8 will support arm
wow, never knew that flashlite 3.0 is still better than full flash 10 for mobile devices,cause i though before that full flash 10 will let me stream full HD movies over netflix with my phone, ....guess i was wrong
how long does it take for giant company to get their shit together?
AnonD-3367, 19 Mar 2011Working nicely on my SE X10 running Android2.2.1 FreeX10b4 ROM :) videos are smoother, althoui... moreis the flash 10.1 there for xperia x10 yet or not..i did the recent update though, got pinch zooming and other stuff, but u think this would come for x10 family too?
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Working nicely on my SE X10 running Android2.2.1 FreeX10b4 ROM :) videos are smoother, althoui 480p ones can get a tad bit jerky.
As for the N900, dont you dare compare that dead brick to high end Androids, try mid end like Galaxy Ace or something.
Well it's available now performance has increased full screen performance sucks but already it is faster in browser.
Any idea if this will work on HTC Wildfire? I won't need it for 720p video, but it would be nice to have full flash on it...
[deleted post]Yeah N900 18mm thick oh my GOD , 65K colors ( not 16 milion like ANDROID phones) , CPU 600 MHz , 256 MB RAM , resistive screen.
yeah i agree now too , is best phone , lololol
You must be really blind and stupid . N900 sucks , dont compare with ANDROID phones .