No support for Flash in BB OS7.
Words fail me (as they often do), but this is beyond the pale. Like the article I read says...RIM takes a step forward and TWO step backwards. sigh.Dave - Moto Bionic
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05-04-2011, 02:43 PM #4
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dont know in what section it was posted or how exactly its title was, was a thread about no flash support and no android apps for OS 7 (which was obvious)
but it doesnt matter, its no big deal
all im saying is that it was pretty obvious that there'd be no flash support for OS 7, i'd love to have it, but well.. 1 more year without flash, QNX will support it at least ! : )
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05-06-2011, 03:36 AM #7
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Would be nice, but it is what it is....who even knows for a fact it will be implemented on QNX phones....even if it is on the PB, I don't know...just how things go.
Personally me in the long run, not having flash is fine. I have a desktop, laptop for that....wouldn't mind it if was on it, but not one to complain if it isn't....plenty of phones out there if that is your main concern......
- 05-06-2011, 01:20 PM #8
Well, I am disapointed. Having Flash on the Atrix is nice, even if it doesn't support FB games.
I've been wanting Flash on a BB for a couple of years now.
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05-18-2011, 11:09 PM #22
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RIM's not going to expend lots of already constrained resources trying to shoehorn Flash into the old Java ME based BB phone OS just to have everyone go "wow Flash is really terrible on BB phones". They are going to hit the QNX phones with the same smooth implementation as the PlayBook has.
- 05-23-2011, 10:03 PM #23
I expected the new phones to support flash, and while I'm disappointed that they won't, I don't think it'll be a HUGE determent.
IMO, the world should move away from flash as it is.
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