One of the things that makes Android wins over iOS in getting people’s hearts is the support of Flash Player. So, can you imagine what will Android become for YouTube fans if the support of Flash Player is no more? Well, this happens right now with the latest version of Android OS, the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. At the first time this Android version was launched, it was said to not get the support from the Flash Player, meaning that the Flash Player would not work on the Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. This was something really surprising, since the Flash Player has been very important in giving great browsing experience in Android devices.
Fortunately, it seems that Adobe is aware of this case. That is why Adobe has just launched an update for the Flash Player for Android. As you might have suggested, the update makes the Flash Player work on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The update switch your Adobe Flash Player for Android to version 220.127.116.11 from 18.104.22.168. Well, this is quite fast, considering that there is still only the Samsung Galaxy Nexus that runs on official Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich right now. It seems that Adobe does not want to be late to provide its fans with the update.
Unfortunately, there are still some issues brought by the updates. Those issue include the problem with seeking while the video is paused that will not update the video frame, PHDS content that plays with audio pops, StageVideo using Sorenson and On2 still does not work yet, audio that remains to play before and after a call, and the Enter key that does not work on multi-line text input fields. I hope those issues will be fixed soon enough with more update, even though the possibility is quite small, considering that this may be the last update from Adobe that Android receives. If not, you have to think twice before going to websites that require Flash Player heavily.
As for the update, you can just go to the Android Market and get the update from there. After all, the Android Market will still notify you about the update.