I mean really? After taking time on a few different occassions to try and google and find what I can do w/ flash on Android 2.2 and finding nothing I have to ask myself this.
I know it's not their fault that Hulu and Netflix want to be #$#$@s and block access but really? Nothing else seems to really work either. I mean Flash "works" but I can't find any place where you could utilize it to watch any TV shows or anything cool like that. Most sites will either end up LINKING you to "Watch White Collar free on Hulu" or a fancast.com - which doesn't work either.
Hell, TNTs website won't even show up on my browser, it gives an "Internal Server Error" message.
Basically... you can pretty much be assured that if there is a link that says "Watch Full Episodes" it won't work.
You can even put in the same link on your browser from say... USA's website and it will reroute you to their dumbed down mobile crap with 3 minute clips and "interviews"... speaking of these types of clips... that's all the "TV.COM" app seems to offer on there. Again, WHY WOULD I WANT THIS?
To top it all off, my phone is a lot more sluggish with 2.2.
The Adobe Flash Player is software for viewing animations and movies using a web browser. Flash is a common format for games, and animations such as advertisements embedded into web pages.
To make it possible to deploy flash content on smartphones that have limited processing power and memory availability compared to PCs, a tremendous amount of work has gone into to making Flash Player 10.1 “ready for mobility”. This work on android phones includes performance improvements such as rendering, scripting, memory, start-up time, battery and CPU optimizations, in addition to hardware acceleration of graphics and video.
Flash Player 10.1 allows viewing on many sites such as youtube.com as well as viewing embedded video content within sites such as espn.com.
Sites such as Hulu.com and Netflix movies will not be seen in a full desktop view as the websites recognize the device accessing the site as a mobile device with flash not a laptop or standard PC with flash. This is a limitation on the side of the website being accessed vs. the device itself.
Even YouTube.com is likely to not be accessible in a desktop format for the same reason. However, YouTube videos can be viewed via the YouTube app/widget or those videos embedded within other sites as mentioned above.
Hope this helps!
A lot of people watch porn on flash sites too... I wish I could give you some examples, but I am a prude.
True Story - Had this guy on the bus today without headphones >.< Can you say awkward.