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30th June 2012, 12:00 PM |#11  
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is that really gonna to happen? so what will happen when we visit sites that have flash (which many do)?

sounds like android wants to become IOS?

As I understood it, Adobe will leave the app in the store, they just won't optimize/develop it any further. And as I said in my earlier post, Google will keep developing Flash Player for Linux as a plugin for Chrome. So my guess is, that they will implement it in their Chrome-App.

Flash always sucked in perfomance and had security issues all the way. HTML5 is the way to go. We just gotta hope that more and more websites will support HTML5 instead of lame Flash Player.
 
 
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is that really gonna to happen? so what will happen when we visit sites that have flash (which many do)?

sounds like android wants to become IOS?

Maybe flash is just integrated
30th June 2012, 03:15 PM |#13  
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Flash player is going to go away in the future anyways, it's all going towards html5. You're going to start seeing more html5 and less flash on the internet.
30th June 2012, 03:29 PM |#14  
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Flash player is going to go away in the future anyways, it's all going towards html5. You're going to start seeing more html5 and less flash on the internet.

I agree, Adobe decided to kill flash. Google has no reason to keep flash alive. Don't you think Chrome would already support Flash if they were going to?
30th June 2012, 06:22 PM |#15  
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Based on the little material I have read
4.1 Change log
.chrome as default
.adobe flash removed
.Smoother ui (butter)
.secure face unlock
.scrollable notifications
.disable notifications feature.
.google voice search/now (Replace search button)siri
.improved home screen customization
.google play content update.
.NFC update.

Correct me if I'm wrong or missed something


Sent from my HTC One S.

You missed google ears. If you ask what is it? Is widget like shazam, find title of music and search in google music
30th June 2012, 08:36 PM |#16  
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As I understood it, Adobe will leave the app in the store, they just won't optimize/develop it any further. And as I said in my earlier post, Google will keep developing Flash Player for Linux as a plugin for Chrome. So my guess is, that they will implement it in their Chrome-App.

Flash always sucked in perfomance and had security issues all the way. HTML5 is the way to go. We just gotta hope that more and more websites will support HTML5 instead of lame Flash Player.

thanks for the information, i feel more relieved
30th June 2012, 10:55 PM |#17  
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Ahh the long months before we get a glimpse of Jelly Bean on our device...
30th June 2012, 11:38 PM |#18  
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So how is this going to work?

The JB source will be released in July, right? Can modders start building full, working ROM's after that or do they need something more? What? Do we need something from HTC?

The system dump or anythin' like that isn't enough for a fully working ROM, AFAIK - right?

Dunno about making ROM's like... anything

Thanks for everyone who dedicate their time for this!!
30th June 2012, 11:45 PM |#19  
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So how is this going to work?

The JB source will be released in July, right? Can modders start building full, working ROM's after that or do they need something more? What? Do we need something from HTC?

The system dump or anythin' like that isn't enough for a fully working ROM, AFAIK - right?

Dunno about making ROM's like... anything

Thanks for everyone who dedicate their time for this!!



the jb developer kit is already available for download from google, the ota updates will begin for the nexus line in july. The ability to create a aosp rom is already available. I believe we already have some devs working on a kernel.
30th June 2012, 11:58 PM |#20  
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Sorry if this is a stupid question, I am new to the One S picture. The Ville will be getting JB, correct? I'm guessing it is, but just a matter of when.
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Sorry if this is a stupid question, I am new to the One S picture. The Ville will be getting JB, correct? I'm guessing it is, but just a matter of when.

It hasn't been confirmed by HTC, but they've said some models will get JB. And as One S is one of their top-models, yes, it will definitely have it.

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the jb developer kit is already available for download from google, the ota updates will begin for the nexus line in july. The ability to create a aosp rom is already available. I believe we already have some devs working on a kernel.

What is an AOSP ROM?
Can the fully working ROM made from the dev kit?
And where do we get the kernel, in general? HTC?

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