How to install Flash on Motorola Q Mobile 5.0 device

Posted on 2007-08-09
Last Modified: 2013-12-05
I am trying to add Flash software to my Motorola Q window mobile 5.0 device and the company recommended using "Macromedia Flash Player 5 for Motorola A920 Developer Kit" to install on the device to use flash.  I downloaded the kit, but it had no information where to put the software or kit so that it will work in the device.  All they said was to firewire the software to the PDA device.  I asked where to firewire to... they did not know where to do that at all.  Can you believe it at all?  I find this very riddiculus.  

And, they do not know where to put the device in the PDA.  What kind of service... then they say they do not provide support for FLASH or where to firewire the software. Can anyone help me find out how to install this KIT or get Flash to work on Motorola Q smart phone?
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