Flash Lite Verions
December 20, 2009 § Leave a comment
Major Flash Lite versions are 1.1, 2.0 / 2.1, 3.0, and 3.1. Nokia has preinstalled versions of the Flash Lite Player on devices since S60 3rd Edition and Series 40 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 1.
Selected S60 3rd Edition, Feature Pack 2 and S60 5th Edition Nokia devices allow users to update the preinstalled Flash Lite Player through Software Update for S60.
Flash Lite 2.0 / 2.1 VS Flash Lite 3.0
When a SWF file is correctly defined in the
<object> elements of a Web page, S60 Web Browser automatically loads the file and uses the Flash Lite plug-in to play the Flash content.
Flash Lite 2.0/2.1 support playing Flash content embedded in Web pages.
Flash Lite 3.0 supports for extensive scriptable interaction between Flash content and the Web page via Flash methods, Flash properties,
DoFSCommand, and External API. Flash Lite 3.0 also supports streaming Flash Video (FLV) from online video services over HTTP or RTMP.
Flash Lite supports a reduced range of all the ActionScript functions and additional
fscommand2() method for mobile-specific commands.
S60 5th Edition with Flash Lite 3.0 is the first platform release to provide full Flash support for S60 Web Browser.
MIDI files do not contain any sound whatsoever but are a set of instructions that trigger the sounds residing in the chip of the mobile phone.
Digital audio such as MP3 contains the recording itself. The quality of digital audio depends on the sampling rate at which it is recorded or stored. The higher the bit or sampling rate, the better the quality you get. However, higher bit rates result in greater file size.
Flash Lite 1.1 support:
Flash Lite 2.0-3.1 support:
Flash CS4 Professional support:
Flash version 10
Flash MX Professional 2004 support:
Flash version 7
Flash Professional 8 supports Flash Lite up to version 2.1 and Adobe Flash CS3 Professional supports Flash Lite up to version 3.0. Adobe Flash CS4 Professional supports Flash Lite up to version 3.1. In Flash Professional 8, the emulators are not handled with Adobe Device Central. You must instead install Device Profile Updates and manage them using Adobe Extension Manager.
Flash-enable device list