Android 2.2 gets integrated Flash support

FroyoGoogle’s VP of Engineering Andy Rubin has confirmed that the Android 2.2 (Froyo) release will bring with it full Adobe Flash support. Talking to the New York Times, Rubin promised that full support (hopefully Flash 10.1) is coming to the next version of Android.

This is good news and fits with the fact that Adobe recently talked of a H2 2010 release of Flash 10.1 for Android. It’s still unknown whether the Xperia X10 will get the Android 2.1 or 2.2 update. Fingers crossed, we move straight over to 2.2 and benefit from full Flash support. The release date of Android 2.2 remains a mystery for now.

13 responses to “Android 2.2 gets integrated Flash support”

  1. omg when is there adobe flashplayer!? i cant even put msn messenger on it or games -.- im really beginning to think that the phone sux.

  2. This is just so stupid, waited ages for flashplayer for X10!!! when is it coming out, October soon…very diassapointed.

  3. If you wanted to use flash its been obvious for ages that the x10 was powerful,but not quite that powerful…and that you still need your laptop for some stuff for now.and I mean come on…may…june…we’ve waited this long!!! What the f**k eh! And even more than that.i love my x10 fu**k sat nav,u porn,u tube,the sound q,apps city.
    Need I carry on…its a good good phone…and I love it.

  4. Hey do you know that sony erricsson is gonna release an update of android 2.3 for android 2.1 users

  5. I dunno if i wanna buy xperia x10 mini. It’s pretty cheap android but i’m not sure in it’s quality for that price… any help would be appriciated :)?