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  1. #1
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    Unhappy differences between s60/s40 FL 2.0 player

    Hi,

    Could anyone explain me the differences between the Flash Lite 2.0 player preinstalled on s60 and the preinstalled version for s40 phones??
    (in stand-alone mode)

    thanks,
    roger

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    Re: differences between s60/s40 FL 2.0 player

    one area of difference is that the series 40 player does not support native audio, and has a more limited device sound/video implementation than s60.

    series 40 cannot load external sounds other than MIDI and cannot load external 3GP video (unless it is in a SWF). series 40 does not support the Video class api onStatus event and seek event.

    s60 supports native audio, loading of external device sounds in many formats, load external 3GP and the full Video api.

    Also I dont think you can use getURL() to launch an application on series40, but in some cases you can use getURL() to launch an application on s60.

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    Re: differences between s60/s40 FL 2.0 player

    I have problems with data loading from server via LoadVars object.
    I don't get the information and the application stops playing :s

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    Re: differences between s60/s40 FL 2.0 player

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