If you’re running a device with Android 2.2 Froyo and don’t have Adobe Flash 10.1 Mobile yet, you can head on to Android Market to download the browser plug-in, which will give you access to most of the videos, games, and interactive Flash-based content on the Internet. In the case with Verizon Wireless with the original Droid, the OS update is now being pushed out for that device to get to Android 2.2, but the OTA firmware upgrade does not come with the Flash package built-in. Rather, the carrier is advising users to head over to Android Market to get Flash installed.
Depending on your device and your operator, you may have already received Flash as part of the firmware OTA upgrade, like the EVO 4G, which was the first device in the U.S. to get updated to Android 2.2.
If for whatever reason you don’t want to install Flash from Android Market and you are running a supported device, then you can head over to Droid-Life to get the update.