Verizon pushes Flash 10.1 update to Droid

Verizon hands out Flash 10.1 to Motorola Droid customers.

Verizon Wireless has released an over-the-air update Thursday that will allow owners of the original Motorola Droid to download Adobe Flash Player 10.1 via the Android Market. This is great news for Droid owners, as the OTA firmware upgrade to 2.2 did not come with the Flash package built-in. With any firmware update, though, there is bound to be some issues. Let us know in the comments if you've experienced any or if everything went just fine.

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