Do you miss Adobe Flash on 10.3.1? Here is how to get it back!

For those of us who have been hard at it with the BlackBerry 10 world have known for some time that along with the 10.3.1 leaks and eventual update BlackBerry has moved away from using Adobe Flash for the browser. This had a lot of people upset, but we have a fix for it. If […]

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BlackBerry explains the removal of Adobe Flash from OS 10.3.1

I have been asked many, many time why BlackBerry had removed Adobe Flash. Well the answer is simple back in 2011 Adobe stopped development of mobile flash due to the fact that everyone is moving to HTML5. Here is what BlackBerry had to say via the knowledge base article: BlackBerry 10 OS has been on […]

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Older Builds of BlackBerry OS contain Adobe Flash vulnerability

If you are looking to keep your BlackBerry 10 device secure you may want to continue reading this article. If you are running a OS before BlackBerry 10.2.0.1443 you will want to update the OS. These earlier OS’s contained a Adobe Flash vulnerability. Here is what BlackBerry had to say: This advisory addresses Adobe® Flash® […]

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RIM to Remain in Motion with Flash on the BlackBerry PlayBook, Even If it Dies!

We told you earlier this week, on Adobe’s push to rid development on mobile devices and televisions. But that in no way will stop RIM from continuing it flash support on the Blackberry Playbook, which does run flash, and does an excellent job at it, ahem Apple! RIM is focus on the future and a […]

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Adobe confirms end of Flash Player for mobile devices

There have been some rumors that Adobe was looking to transition away from Flash to HTML5 for mobile devices.  This morning Adobe has confirmed that they will no longer be developing Flash Player for mobile.  Adobe will be continuing to support the desktop Flash Player for the foreseeable future.  Adobe will also be looking to […]

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