Adobe has just released the update for Flash Player to version 10.3 bringing bug fixes to Android. 2 months have passed since the company launched the 10.2 version and now we’re dealing with a new piece of software. With it you get performance enhancements and bug fixes, as mentioned.


Smartphones that use a Texas Instruments OMAP4 chip, like the LG Optimus 3D will get a speed boost and all handsets will get improved security against malware SWF files. HTC EVO 4G won’t crash when viewing certain videos and Motorola Android devices won’t have problems with videos that are over an hour in length thanks to this update.

Samsung Galaxy S users who have had problems with H.264 content will be able to view such content smoothly, even at low resolutions. However, there are some issues that haven’t been addressed like the freezing of the HTC Desire and Desire HD and lack of hardware acceleration when doing multiple streaming on the Nexus One. Also, Flash freezes on the T-Mobile G2 when the keyboard is exposed…

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