Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Flash Player Update

We are updating Flash Player to version 11.9.900.117 on Windows and Mac via our component update system (i.e. there will not be a Chrome update).

Release notes for the update can be found on Adobe's release notes page.

Karen Grunberg
Google Chrome

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Blogger Sexy Jinn said...

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12:40 PM, October 08, 2013  
Blogger Jason Mickelson said...

Are you sure this is going to update this time? I hold very little faith now in Chrome and there updates.

4:50 PM, October 08, 2013  
Blogger Dorian B. said...

Don't work ...\AppData\Local\Google\Chrome\User Data\PepperFlash\11.9.900.117\pepflashplayer.dll from Google Chrome v. 30.0.1599.69

11:49 PM, October 09, 2013  
Blogger Rafael Hil├írio said...

The last time that the Flash Player would be updated in Google Chrome through system component update Chrome has not been updated for anyone and they released a new version of Google Chrome for it to be updated is put Google users at risk with Chrome lack of Flash Player update for everyone. The Google Chrome team is doing a great job I'm more disappointed if it continues I will change the browser.

6:24 AM, October 10, 2013  
Blogger Der Moloch said...

The component update system is very obscure. It seems the process cannot be started manually but checks on its own every five hours and requires Chrome to be running. This way people always have to check if they have the most recent plugin and they can't do anything about it if they don't.

It's about time "chrome://components/" gets integrated into the official releases, so that people can update flash on their own.

10:18 AM, October 10, 2013  
Blogger Andyjm said...

48 hours have passed now.
Flash still hasn't updated!
Chrome is the only browser on my PC with an out of date version.

I'm not impressed.

10:42 AM, October 10, 2013  
Blogger Robert Ka said...

Chrome has not updated flash, a problem which I can see from comments here and earlier this month that is not uncommon. Can someone advise? Should I reinstall Chrome?

Thanks

3:01 PM, October 10, 2013  
Blogger Der Moloch said...

Reinstalling probably won't help because the most recent flash plugin was not released parallel with a new Chrome release. The installation file of Chrome should include the 11.8.800.170 flash plugin.

4:41 AM, October 11, 2013  
Blogger Robert Ka said...

Well, if Flash is not updating Chrome is somehow corrupted maybe a reinstall would work.

BTW, does Chrome update flash while flash is in use because I always have flash working when I'm online.

Thanks.

3:36 PM, October 11, 2013  
Blogger Andrew Crawford said...

mines is still on 11.8

2:44 AM, October 12, 2013  
Blogger Robert Ka said...

Flash finally updated several hours ago after a restart. No idea if the restart did it as I shut down my PC nightly.

7:00 AM, October 13, 2013  
Blogger Der Moloch said...

Nobody knows how the component update system works except Google, so nobody knows why their plugin is up to date or why not.

8:43 AM, October 13, 2013  
Blogger Robert Ka said...

Thanks for responding to my posts Der Moloch. Maybe Google would be kind enough to explain things so people would know what to expect.

10:39 PM, October 13, 2013  
Blogger Jeff Manen said...

How can the component updater be disabled?

We use Microsoft Applocker to block all unknown executables and libraries and naturally this means that after a flashplayer update the built-in flash does not work any more since Applocker prevents Chrome to load this new dll.
(%localappdata%\Google\Chrome\User Data\PepperFlash\$Flash-Version\pepflashplayer.dll)

We would like to be able to disable automatic updates of flash and update this component ourselves (which is quite easy).

We already use GoogleUpdate.adm which works well to disable Chrome updates, but does not work (anymore) for component updates with Chrome 30.

5:55 AM, October 15, 2013  

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