I made the mistake of purchasing a Sony nsz-gs7 and among its other drawbacks is the fact that Chrome is apparently the only compatible web browser. As per other posts on the topic, the flash plugin hangs in Chrome. Unlike other posts, though, the nsz-gs7 does not allow access to the plugins; i.e., typing 'about:plugins' in the address bar yields nothing. SONY 'Technical Support' was of no help whatsoever (and tried to fob me off with nonsense talk) when I asked for the technique required to get to the plugins. As per advice given to others with this problem in this forum, where you can type 'about:plugins' in the address bar with Windows Chrome, it's not possible on the Android Honeycomb OS installed on the nsz-gs7. Is anyone able to explain, please, how the flash problem can be corrected for this Sony box marketed as an internet tv device? Being across the U.S. presidential election requires MSNBC and I can't cope with Rachel Maddow hanging mid-sentence.
MSNBC for Android Honeycomb(7 posts)
I explained to the person in the IT retail outlet that I wanted a device to run MSNBC. He recommended the Sony NSZ-GS7. Should someone who does not object to my viewing MSNBC know how I can get access to the flash plugin I would appreciate his or her assistance. With respect to paragraph construction, most IT folk don't allow literacy to get in the way of a helpful explanation of how to solve a technical problem.
Firefox, Opera, Dolphin - each invariably yields the message that it's not compatible with the Sony nsz-gs7.
I submitted the question to this forum because of the number of posts advising hapless users on ways to get around flash problems.
While accepting that I was duped by the fellow at 'Best Buy', if anyone out there knows of either (i) a way to disable the recalcitrant flash contained within Chrome on the nsz or (ii) a way to successfully install a good browser (such as Firefox) on the nsz then I'd be grateful.
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