Flash Player has been a major part of the internet browsing experience for hoards of Android smartphone as well as tab users.
But during November last year, Adobe had declared that it will build up Flash for PCs, whereas Air will be created for handsets.
This entails that Android users’ who don’t have Flash Player set up in their devices by August 15 this year, will not be capable of playing Flash-based content on their appliances.
Those who move around to Jelly Bean from former editions of Android will experience volatility and any upgrades of the application will not run, as the firm has not formulated and examined it on the web browser of the latest iteration of Google’s operating system.
Adobe even continued to state that users’ up-rating their gadgets to Jelly Bean should uninstall Flash Player first to stay away from such troubles.
But, users who boast Adobe Flash Player on their Android gadgets before August 15, 2012 or use devices with pre-installed Flash will receive future updates.
Developers, in contrast, can access previously-released editions of the application via the archives, but installations made through archives will not be entitled for upcoming updates introduced from Google Play Store.