Droid-Life has leaked an Adobe Flash 10.1 installation file for the Android Froyo. The .apk file will run on any device with Android 2.2 installed, and the software doesn't require a rooted Android handset. Visit Droid-Life website for additional details and the file itself.
Adobe Flash 10.1 has been successfully ported to iPhone 4, and you can see it in action in the video below. The installation instructions are pretty straight-forward - jailbreak, download the .deb, upload it to a folder deep inside your phone via SSH, restart and you're done. A pre-compiled alpha build is available here.
In an interwiew New York Times, Andy Rubin, chief architect of Android stated that Android 2.2 will feature native Flash support, which enables certain types of web-based content on handsets. According to Adobe, Flash Player 10.1 for Android will be ready by the end of the first half of the year.
Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen has confirmed that the launch of Flash 10.1 for Android, BlackBerry and webOS has been pushed back to the second-half of this year. He also said we’re going to see flash on tablet devices, presumably running Android and Chrome.
According to Adobe's CEO Shantanu Narayen, the company is working on an iPhone-compatible version of Flash due to their agreement with Apple. In his turn, Apple's CEO Steve Jobs said that Flash is too much for the iPhone to handle and that Flash Lite isn't capable enough. So they're making a custom build that will run smooth on the Apple's flagship handset.