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Adobe Flash Player 10.3 is the supported player for older Intel-based Mac OS X 10.4 and 10.5 systems. On some systems, users sometimes see a blank or black screen while attempting to play protected video content on services such as Amazon Instant Video. The Adobe Flash Player automatically downloads a specific module used for protected video content playback on first use.
An incorrect Adobe Flash Access DRM (Digital Rights Management) module deployed in early December 2011 caused this bad video playback behavior. The bad module has since been replaced.
- Adobe Flash Player 10.3 is the supported player for older Intel-based Mac OS X 10.4 and 10.5 systems. On some systems, users sometimes see a blank or black screen while attempting to play protected video content on services such as Amazon Instant Video. The Adobe Flash Player automatically downloads.
- To get Flash off of your Mac for good, you’ll need an uninstaller from Adobe. There are distinct versions for OS X 10.6 and later, for 10.4 and 10.5, and even one for 10.1 to 10.3.
- You can still download the installer file and install Flash Player from page, select Mac OSX 10.10- 10.14 from the drop down and download FP 32 Mac for Safari and Firefox- NPAPI.
- Since the introduction of Mac OS X in May 2001, Adobe has delivered more flagship applications on this platform than any other software vendor, satisfying the needs of our creative professional customers. With the introduction of Mac OS X v.10.4 (Tiger), Apple has brought the Macintosh platform to new levels of ease of use, performance, and reliability. It is a great platform for our latest generation of Macintosh.
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Systems that downloaded the incorrect module cannot play protected video content until either 1) a Flash Player upgrade or 2) removal of the bad DRM module. This document describes how to remove the incorrect DRM module so the Adobe Flash Player can upgrade to the corrected DRM module.
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Mac OS X 10.4 and 10.5 systems require the latest Adobe Flash Player version 10.3. Navigate to the Flash Player download site to verify install of the latest Adobe Flash Player version.
Apple Safari version 14, released for macOS in September 2020, will no longer load Adobe Flash Player or play Flash content. Please visit Apple’s Safari support for.
Adobe publishes all platform support for 32 bit and 64 bit in the system requirements section of the Flash Player site.
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Note: Flash Player 11 is not supported on the older Mac OS X versions discussed in this article.
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Remove the incorrect Adobe Flash Access DRM module
Ensuring installation of the correct Flash Player library and removal of the incorrect Flash Access DRM module restores video playback with protected content.
- Ensure the Flash Player 10.3 plug-in is current (10.3.183.11 or newer) otherwise download the latest Flash Player from the Flash Player download site
- Using Finder, delete the entire contents of the Flash Player '/NativeCache' directory containing the older, incorrect DRM module.
for example, /Users/John/Library/Caches/Adobe/Flash Player/NativeCache/
Warning: Be careful no other directories are selected while deleting /NativeCache. This action could corrupt your Mac OS X operating system installation!!
Test protected video content playback using the demo player
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Try playing protected content. Some example content is located below: (all URLs are case-sensitive)
- Launch the Adobe demo video player container: http://drmtest2.adobe.com:8080/SVP/SampleVideoPlayer_FP.html
The Adobe Flash Player version in the lower left of the demo video shell. Make su indicate 10.3.183.11 or later.
- Play sample protected content to install the corrected Adobe Flash Access DRM module.
Enter the following URL in the field 'Input the video URL:' (case-sensitive)
- Press the [Play] button at the bottom of the video container.
Now that the incorrect DRM module has been replaced, protected content should play. (This video is called the Getty 'train' video.)
- Inspect the /NativeCache directory again in Finder (see location above). The corrected Adobe Flash Access DRM module names are the same as before, but now protected content plays.
The Adobe Flash Access DRM module name is adobecp-200489-[V].plug-in where '[V]' is 0,1,2 or 3.
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Adobe Flash Player 10.3, Flash Access (FAXS), Mac OS X 10.4 or 10.5 platforms (32 bit).