Updating flash player on ipod touch
The i Pod touch (3rd generation) can be distinguished from i Pod touch (2nd generation) by looking at the back of the device.
In the text below the engraving, look for the model number.
As anyone else encountered such behaviour and/or are there any potential solutions to this? So, switch Safari to 32 Bit and wait like the other users ... Flash Safari are eating more than double of CPU-Usage as in 10.5.8 😟
Reboot the i Pod If you find that your i Pod is not behaving properly, you can turn it off and reboot it again.
Once the i Pod is turned on, you can try to sync it with i Tunes. At last, check whether i Tunes can sync your i Pod or not.
thread ID=2133658&tstart=0 The only way to solve the problem is to switch Safari into the 32Bit-Mode (Safari.app, Right-click, Information, activate 32Bit-Mode).
That has the effect, that Safri Flash are one prozess again and the cpu-usage goes down like in 10.5.8. I experienced this a couple of days ago and no matter what I did with Safari, Sleep, restarts and the like, I was unable to get this to behave properly: the fans would creep up and hit max within a short time. I have the same problem with flash in Snow Leopard.