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website not seen at all in blackberry, ok in PC

hello!

 

a customer wants her website to be vieweable in blackberrys but is flash (8),, and she are sure that flash works fine in blackberrys, can you let me know how i can archieve this??

 

the website is focusonwomen.es or  focusonwomen.eu

 

thanks

Erik Meisel

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Re: website not seen at all in blackberry, ok in PC

Hi Erik,

 

The BlackBerry browser does not yet support Flash. 

 

RIM and Adobe announced a partnership in October 2009 that began an initiative to add support for Flash Player 10.1 to a future version of the BlackBerry Device software.

 

However, at this point in time there is no Flash support.  I'd recommend including a logic check in you page that detects what browser is being used to display the page, and provide alternative content to users that do not have Flash support.

 

Sincerely,

Adam

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Flash support via Blackberry OS upgrade

Hello,

 

I have a Blackberry Bold 9000.  Will RIM be making an OS upgrade available for my device that will allow me to run Adobe Flash Player 10.1 as a browser plug-in on my current device when that becomes available? 


If yes, do you have an estimated time for its availability?

 

I want to be sure those of us with current, existing devices will not require a hardware refresh to play Flash content.

 

Thanks for clarifying.

 

    Bryan