Even though Adobe is killing Flash for Android, the company promised to keep offering support and updates to its users. To that end, Adobe is rolling out updates for Flash 11 and Air for Android, as well as an update to the Air SDK. The biggest change would have to be the squashing of a bug that caused serious issues with Flash video playback — previously, users would often experience a completely green screen when trying to play video on sites like YouTube, pretty much defeating the value of having Flash installed in the first place. There's still a number of known issues unresolved, including frames not updating when seeking through a paused video and incoming call audio not being prioritized over Flash audio; since Adobe's already aware of these problems, they'll hopefully be fixed soon as well.