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Old 03-25-08, 12:23 AM   #1
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Default PlayStation 3 and Flash Plug-ins?

Is there away to use the flash plug-in for the PlayStation 3? I've been using it's web browser for sometime now and just wanted to know for the record if there was a version designed for the PS3? Because alot of websites require flash to be installed in order to preview them.
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Old 03-25-08, 12:49 AM   #2
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Default Re: PlayStation 3 and Flash Plug-ins?

http://www.us.playstation.com/Support/SiteHelp
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The PS3 automatically supports older versions of Flash (youtube works as does game trailers) but newer versions are incompatible. I think it's just that Sony really hasn't done much with the browser. Would be great if they made it comparible to desktop ones.
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Would be interesting. A broswer, printing support. Has the making for an OK machine for most families. Especially if it worked with banking sites.
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No, their browser still sucks ass....
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No, their browser still sucks ass....
Better than the one on your broken HP. ::
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Better than the one on your broken HP. ::

true for now.......
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It's bette then any other consoles browser and better then all cellphone web browsers so really, its dam good in comparison to many alternatives.
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Even better than the Tilt browser?
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Yeah since it can't access many secured sites (has trouble with Wachovia) and the PS3 browser just has fewer support for newer plugins (same with the tilt browser).
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