1. simon bland1's Avatar
    Web pages no longer loading active content! What now BlackBerry?????

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    11-26-14 12:18 PM
  2. erwinfr's Avatar
    Has been announced months ago

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    senel likes this.
    11-26-14 12:21 PM
  3. dslocumb's Avatar
    Adobe has decided to cease development of mobile versions of Flash, so it seems logical. Not BlackBerry's fault.
    11-26-14 12:31 PM
  4. vinniesworld's Avatar
    Nope, no Flash, AIR... Not now, tomorrow or in the foreseeable future on 10.3.1.
    HTML5 is the magic number that most websites with active content will have to comply with now.

    It's not BlackBerry to blame. If Flash was still supporting mobile I am sure it would still be there. Just because BlackBerry has been the last handset to have flash for this long doesn't mean that they can continue to do so. My bet is the licence has now expired and of course there are no licences to renew due to Adobe's discontinuation of the mobile platforms.
    11-26-14 12:46 PM

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