During Mobile World Congress 2010, Adobe has stated that it'll be bringing Flash 10.1 to a range of Google Android devices, including the Google Nexus One and Motorola's DROID (or Milestone). But if you can't wait to check out the capabilities of Flash 10.1 on Android, there's a way to do it, as laid out by the folks at Redmond Pie.
Yes, it's the same customized ROM that brings the HTC Sense UI from HTC Desire onto a Google Nexus One. That's the beauty of the Android platform - being open source, you can do practically anything to its firmware and unlock the full potential of the device.
So go ahead, if you do feel adventurous, try out the HTC Desire ROM on your Google Nexus One, with step-by-step instructions on how you can do it here.
Seow Tein Hee / Former Associate Editor
Attuned to the latest mobile technology and news, Tein Hee is always on the lookout for innovation and creativity in the mobile industry.
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