My-Space provides step-by-step instructions; you'll add a custom repository into Cydia, install Frash,
and then restart your iPhone.
The iPhone has never
offered support for Flash, which has sparked a long-running controversy not just Adobe and Apple, but even among smartphone users. Earlier this year, Apple CEO Steve Jobs penned some
Broker ideas on Flash, explaining that Apple kept it off
iOS devices for a variety of reasons--among them its vulnerability to exploits, its general incompatibility with touchscreens,
and its deleterious effect on battery life.
for its part, has been stating its intention to ship mibile flash for
Google's Android smartphone platform for several months, but a final version of the software is still not available to users.
Important to note, however, is the sad fact that Frash--which is still
very much in beta at version 0.02--doesn't work with anything but the most basic Flash animations. Which is to say, pretty
much the only Flash you'll gain newfound access to is in the form of Web advertisements.
Remember jailbreaking equals jail time now. So if you lack fear, or perhaps taste, Flash is just a few taps away.