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Old 07-04-2005, 06:27 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have the Nextel 7520. I am trying to get on to some web pages that have flash animation. Is there a software download for it. I also have downloaded the Reqwireless browser but it came up with the error message of not supporting animated flash.
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I don't believe the BlackBerry supports Flash in any form.
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Actually a BlackBerry can display Flash files depending on the Handheld Software version that is installed on the device, also you have to have it enabled inside the browsers options...
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Is this true? Do you know which versions of the handheld software support flash?
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The Blackberry browser supports "Embedded Media (Flash, SVG)." I asked someone at Macromedia about this and was told that some cell phones support a limited version of Flash that isn't the same as the desktop version of Flash. I'm not sure if any sites are supporting it just yet.

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