Time Nick Message 17:20 pdurbin hmm, I wonder how trustworthy this Flash APK for Android is: http://downloadandroidfiles.org/download-adobe-flash-player-11-1-1-apk/ 17:40 pdurbin found that link via How to stream Amazon Instant Videos on a Nexus 7 or other Android Tablet - http://www.teleread.com/amazon/how-to-stream-amazon-instant-videos-on-a-nexus-7-or-other-android-tablet/ 17:48 pdurbin hmm, http://download.macromedia.com/pub/flashplayer/installers/archive/android/ seems more official... via http://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/archived-flash-player-versions.html 17:55 pdurbin hmm, the one on the unofficial site is even older ( vs. http://www.downloadandroidfiles.org/Files/Apps%20%28APK%29/Adobe%20Flash%20Player%2011.1%20%281%29.apk 18:03 pdurbin ok, that official Flash APK from Adobe totally works. It allows me to watch Amazon Prime Instant videos on my Nexus 7. You simply install Dolphin Browser and enable Flash, after installing the official APK: http://download.macromedia.com/pub/flashplayer/installers/archive/android/ 18:04 pdurbin might be time to dump Netflix :) 18:11 pdurbin especially since unlike Netflix, I can watch Amazon Instant Prime videos on Linux :) 20:11 pdurbin ah, so to answer my original question, it seems like that APK from http://downloadandroidfiles.org is actually fine. the md5sum matches when I download the same version from Adobe 20:18 melodie_ hi 20:20 pdurbin melodie_: what's new at http://linuxvillage.org / http://linuxvillage.net ? 20:24 melodie_ a few posts mostly* 20:24 melodie_ and in the blog nothing new except that the English sub site is opened