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The simple way

Get the tools and documentation

1. Get the Flash Professional from Adobe (free trial available)
2. Make sure you have the latest updates to both Adobe Device Central and Flash
3. Read the documentation, get code snippets and examples:

If you need help

The less simple way...

(I'm not sure if below is still valid information)

1 - Flash IDE Professional Flash Lite updates for the IDE</sup> link

Flash Lite 2.1 update for Flash Professional 8link

Device Profiles updateslink

2 - Flash Lite 1.1 CDKlink

3 - Flash Lite 2.1 CDKlink

4 - Flash Lite 2.1 player (available for developers for free, need to register)

Flash Lite 2.1 player for Symbianlink

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