By Chuong Nguyen | February 25, 2010 5:31 PM
Sprint has finally given an ETA on the webOS 1.4 update, which was promised by Palm at CES. The update brings a number of bug fixes, but the most interesting feature would be Adobe Flash 10.0 support for the webOS smartphone, which unfortunately is limited to the Pre only so Pixi users are left out for Flash support.
Sprint has since yanked the post, but it seems that the update will arrive tomorrow and will be available over the air.
Per Sprint’s post, it seems that Flash isn’t included with the update, but the update does add support for the plug-in. After the 1.4 update is installed, users can download Flash 10.0 from the Palm App Catalog.
What’s curious is that Sprint is listing Flash support, for now at 10.0. Adobe had previously touted Flash 10.1 support.
Palm Pre and Pixi WebOS 1.4 Software Update
On 2/26, Friday evening, Pre and Pixi device users will receive an Over the Air (OTA) notification to download the new 1.4 webOS software release.
This release includes both fixes and feature updates (listed below).
Time Zone bug fixed
Network time sync bug fixed to reflect accurate Network time
Bluetooth car-kit transition to device corrected
No EV icon bug fixed (random)
Random browser formatting bugs fixed
Fixed bug that incorrectly displayed Sprint when actually was Digital Roaming
Missing Contact issue specifically with swap down to 188.8.131.52 or less
Phonebook Transfer (import & export)
Adds Video Capture capability & edit
Improved Performance (Phone & CAL)
Adds Adobe Flash 10.0 (Pre Only)
NOTE: The 1.4 software adds the ability to use the Flash 10.0 Adobe plug-in which will be available shortly from the Palm Appl Catalogue.