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    Soundwave
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    Help with Moshi Monsters, Flash

    I bought an ASUS Eee Pad Transformer for my daughter for Christmas partially so she'd stop using my laptop all the time. One of her favorite web sites is Mosho Monsters (Moshi Monsters - Adopt Your Own Pet Monster!). This site uses Flash and states that you need Flash 10 to access the site. The Transformer can access the site, but appears to hang when you login. The static pages can be accessed, but not the real meat of the site.

    This Transformer has
    Android ver. 3.2.1
    Kernal ver. 2.6.36.3
    Flash 11.1

    Does Android and Flash have similar problems with other Flash dependant sites?

    Any help would be greatly appreciated. If i can't get this site and another similar one to work I might have to sell the Android Transformer and buy a Windows tablet of some kind.

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    Jazz
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    try downloading Adobe flash player.
    do autotrophes have drool cups??

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    Soundwave
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    Quote Originally Posted by bb14742 View Post
    I bought an ASUS Eee Pad Transformer for my daughter for Christmas partially so she'd stop using my laptop all the time. One of her favorite web sites is Mosho Monsters (Moshi Monsters - Adopt Your Own Pet Monster!). This site uses Flash and states that you need Flash 10 to access the site. The Transformer can access the site, but appears to hang when you login. The static pages can be accessed, but not the real meat of the site.

    This Transformer has
    Android ver. 3.2.1
    Kernal ver. 2.6.36.3
    Flash 11.1

    Does Android and Flash have similar problems with other Flash dependant sites?

    Any help would be greatly appreciated. If i can't get this site and another similar one to work I might have to sell the Android Transformer and buy a Windows tablet of some kind.
    Yes, flash on mobile platforms has these issues. And sadly with Adobe dropping mobile support it doesnt look like they will be fixed. Flash was not designed for mobile platforms and is as such a resource hog. But thats a whole other story... Anyways, the best advice i can give you is to try and use a different browser. (dolphin hd, opera, etc)

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