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pyrokinesis for beginners iphone case

pyrokinesis for beginners iphone case

This year we've been singing the praises of an exceptionally good value blower made by Chinese mobile maker Huawei: the Ascend G300. This phone costs £100 on pay as you go with Vodafone and for that you get a 1GHz chip and a clear and colourful 4-inch screen. It's not going to impress owners of the quad-core-packin' Samsung Galaxy S3 -- but for about the fifth of the price you get a stylish, capable droid that will handle web browsing, apps, videos and more. As with many budget blowers, the G300 runs the Gingerbread iteration of Android. Huawei originally told me it would be getting an Ice Cream Sandwich update this summer -- but that timeframe looks to have been pushed on a little.

According to pyrokinesis for beginners iphone case a tweet sent from a Huawei Twitter account yesterday a "customised version of ICS" will be released to people who bought the phone via Vodafone "later this year", The G300 was launched as a Vodafone exclusive -- slated to run for three months, That period has now elapsed but a SIM-free version of the device also remains elusive. Another tweet from Huawei's account notes only that it will keep followers updated on "news of a SIM-free version" of the phone, Huawei is already lining up an Ice Cream Sandwich-flavoured sequel to the G300 -- the G330, announced at IFA yesterday, This will have a dual-core 1GHz chip and a slightly more premium price tag, It's due to hit UK shops by the end of the year..

Auntie and other 'strategic partners' of Flash-spawner Adobe have put pressure on the company to make Flash Player 11 available in the UK once more -- chiefly to support iPlayer on smart phones. "Flash Player continues to be available on Google Play for users in the UK for a short while due to requests from strategic partners," an Adobe bod told the Beeb. The company didn't say when in the future the software would be cast back into the fiery depths of code hell where it belongs. The app won't work if you're already on the latest version of Android, Jelly Bean -- "FLASH PLAYER WILL NOT BE SUPPORTED ON ANY ANDROID VERSION BEYOND ANDROID 4.0.x," the company screams on the download page.

I had a quick look at iPlayer on Chrome pyrokinesis for beginners iphone case on a Galaxy S2 running 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich, It didn't work, I downloaded the Flash Player and lo and indeed behold, it didn't work, It still said, "To play this programme you need to download the Adobe Flash Player from the Android Market." Never mind that it's called the Google Play store now, I just did exactly that, On Firefox the iPlayer site told me the most popular Android phone in existence was not on the list of supported devices, Finally I turned to the native Android browser (where I should have started, to be perfectly fair) and iPlayer worked just fine, Hooray..

Flash for Android has risen from its stinking grave to haunt us once more. And it's all thanks to BBC iPlayer. We thought it was dead and gone, with a stake through its black heart and its foul corpse incinerated in napalm, but Flash for Android has risen from its stinking grave to haunt us once more. And it's all thanks to the BBC. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.