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Are there any custom players or plug-ins or something like that?

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Might be possible using Javascript as well with Smokescreen but I have no idea if that has been realised in an app for Android. –  Arda Xi Sep 23 '10 at 20:05

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Yes, there is a beta of the Flash player available for download on Android 2.2.

Here are the details: http://www.intomobile.com/2010/05/20/android-2-2-flash-player-10-1-beta-available-for-download/

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Question was specifically for "Android 2.0" –  joyjit Jul 28 '10 at 19:33

Android 2.0 does not support Adobe Flash. Adobe Flash is only supported on Android 2.2, a.k.a "Froyo".

However, check out this app: Skyfire 2.0 for Android. It is a browser, which is, by magic, able to play some embedded flash videos:

  • Supports Flash web video with patent-pending adaptive streaming technology for smooth playback
  • Pinch to zoom (on Android 2.0 and above)
  • Multi-tab browsing - open up to eight windows and browse simultaneously using visual tabs
  • Choose to load full desktop webpages or mobile optimized versions
  • Clear session history easily upon exit to maintain anonymous browsing

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Disclaimer:

  • I have no first hand experience with this app (I already have Android 2.2 on my Nexus One!) . Use at your own risk.
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This is the correct answer. There is absolutely no way to run Flash on 2.0, except through an app such as Skyfire that handles the rendering for you. –  th3dude Jul 28 '10 at 20:03

I have seen a few "Flash Lite" binaries floating around the net for Android 2.0.

It's not Flash, it's only a partial version with fewer features.

Unfortunately the only binary link I have is an update for the Pandigital Novel; the update is probably specifically for that model, but the binary inside may work on other devices. (If you want it, comment & I'll update my answer. It's hosted on mediafire, not adobe's website which means I'm not sure how much I trust it.)

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