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    After AMP and SwfPack going offline what are the packaging options for Flash Lite?

    Adobe Mobile Packager and SwfPack have been taken offline, what packaging options do I now have to package swf files for Symbian phones?

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    Smile Re: After AMP and SwfPack going offline what are the packaging options for Flash Lite

    Quote Originally Posted by KevinBoyd View Post
    Adobe Mobile Packager and SwfPack have been taken offline, what packaging options do I now have to package swf files for Symbian phones?
    Well! good to search before posting (Sorry!) . You left with three famous options :
    1- Kuneri Lite (Free to compile swf files to sis)
    2- SWF2GO (Not free but provide much functionality)
    3- Create it yourself after reading this easiest article .
    Hope it helps..

    Best Regards,
    SajiSoft

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    Re: After AMP and SwfPack going offline what are the packaging options for Flash Lite

    Quote Originally Posted by sajisoft View Post
    Well! good to search before posting (Sorry!) . You left with three famous options :
    1- Kuneri Lite (Free to compile swf files to sis)
    2- SWF2GO (Not free but provide much functionality)
    3- Create it yourself after reading this easiest article .
    Hope it helps..

    Best Regards,
    SajiSoft
    Thanks for the info!
    I was wondering if there was something as flexible as AMP that would allow downloading the latest adobe FL version.

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    Smile Re: After AMP and SwfPack going offline what are the packaging options for Flash Lite

    Quote Originally Posted by KevinBoyd View Post
    Thanks for the info!
    I was wondering if there was something as flexible as AMP that would allow downloading the latest adobe FL version.
    I think right now this functionality cannot be provided because Adobe canceled the distributable player program.

    Best Regards,
    SajiSoft

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