And now that you have Android 2.2 running on your Motorola Droid, it’s time to get the Flash 10.1 beta right? If you go to the official Adobe site and attempt to download, you will likely get an error.
Adobe Flash 10.1 Player works impressively well on the Nexus One, but we can’t speak to its performance on the Verizon Droid. As long as you refrain from running too many background apps on your Droid, you’ll probably be fine, but don’t come to us complaining if you bog down the phone with multiple apps and Flash-heavy webpages.
Now, before you get all crazy about the Froyo update on your Droid, keep in mind that the hacked ROM does not support WiFi at the moment. If Verizon’s 3G data network is enough to keep you satisfied, go ahead and install the ROM after brushing up on the required reading. You’ll also have to configure your Android 2.2 Froyo system to accept installation files from “unknown sources.” Do this by navigating to Settings > Applications and check the box for “Unknown Sources.”
If you’re ready to take the plunge, simply download the Flash 10.1 Player apk file below and get crackin’!