Updating flash player on blackberry pearl
This update features Android Jellybean 4.1.2 as well as a few minor improvements, thus enabling the user to get the most out of their Sony Xperia T phone.
Network “H ” Display Please note that after upgrading to Jellybean, the “4G” network icon will no longer be displayed.
Still, many folks rely on Adobe Flash and having it built into the native Black Berry 10 browser was a bonus for those who needed it and since its removal, folks have been looking for the best way to get it back.
This is normal, and in no way means that the Sony Xperia T can no longer connect to the 4G network.
Using this software and any updates or upgrades as provided by Research In Motion Limited or any of its affiliates ("RIM") is subject to the Black Berry Software License Agreement ("BBSLA"), unless otherwise stated.
When it was announced Black Berry OS 10.3.1 would drop Adobe Flash support, some folks were upset but given the fact even Adobe doesn't support Flash on mobile anymore it wasn't entirely unexpected.
If you meet the browser requirements, check for a browser message on your screen prompting you to run an add-on.
Once you do so, you should see a “Check for Updates” button here.