Using this software and any updates or upgrades as provided by Research In Motion Limited or any of its affiliates ("RIM") is subject to the Black Berry Software License Agreement ("BBSLA"), unless otherwise stated.
When it was announced Black Berry OS 10.3.1 would drop Adobe Flash support, some folks were upset but given the fact even Adobe doesn't support Flash on mobile anymore it wasn't entirely unexpected.
This means that, since August 15, 2012, you can no longer install the Flash app or update it if you have a phone with Android 4.1 and/or higher (this does not affect users who had already installed the app on their phone before that date). If you have any questions, please write us using our online form at: https://affaires.videotron.com/web/customer-service/webmail or call us at 1-800-561-4248.
Android 4.1 does not display the Flash app in the Google Play Store (formerly known as Android Market) on devices that never featured Adobe Flash.
The Sony Xperia T will display “3G” when on Videotron’s network, and “H ” when downloading at HSPA speeds.