After my recent update to Google Chrome Version 23.0.1271.64 Adobe Flash powered videos stopped outputting sound. This is a wide spread Google Chrome specific bug and until Google fixes this here is an workaround to get the audio back.
Spat betweenLate Steve Jobs And Adobe Flash is well-known among the tech-circle, surprisingly Adobe has dropped down their weapons and announced not to further develop the "Adobe Flash Plugin" for mobile devices anymore. According to the official blog-post announcing this Adobe is encouraging developers to use Adobe AIR and HTML5 in the future as alternatives to the Flash web-plugin.
While users need to take help of unofficial hacks to use Adobe Flash Player on iOS thankfully the technology is fully supported on Google Android platform, however plugins come disabled by default in Google Android web-browser and here is how to activate them to utilize Flash Player on webpages.
Adobe has made available an “critical” Flash Player update fixing 32 vulnerabilities, the latest update Adobe Flash Player 10.1.53.64 patch-fixes known vulnerabilities and users are requested to update immediately for maximum security.
Direct download links to this latest Flash Player update can be found at the end of the post, these links can be used to update Firefox flash-plugin bypassing the annoying Adobe Download Manager (Adobe DLM) completely.
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