We still need to wait for some time before we’ll be able to get Adobe’s Flash 10.1 on Android 2.x devices, but that doesn’t stop videos of folks who have managed to get Adobe’s Flash 10.1 running on Google’s Nexus One from surfacing. As can be seen from the video (after the jump), Flash seems to be running rather comfortably on the Nexus One, and is almost as good as on the desktop, albeit with a little bit of lag, but that’s probably due to the 3G connection used to stream the video. Is getting Flash on your mobile device a top priority for you?
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