Updating flash on iphone
The Software Update page will show you whether there’s an i Phone update is available.
If you don’t need to update i OS, your i Phone will tell you that your software is up to date.
While Flash may have fallen by the wayside for many in favor of newer technologies like HTML5, much of the web still relies on the old plug-in to display content to users.
Though mac OS no longer comes with Flash installed by default, you can still download and install it if you need to.
Your i Phone notifies you when an update is ready for you to install, but it’s easy to ignore that notification, or to dismiss it without realizing what you’re missing.
If you’re not sure whether your phone has an available update, look at the icon for the Settings app.
Check this thread on Apple community about Class 0 SMS. We’ll update the article if we find any solutions to stop Class 0 flash messages.
It is very simple to disable or stop flash SMS in any i Phone or i Pad running on any version of i OS.
The only thing you might need to do is plug your phone into the wall, connect to a Wi-Fi network, and tap a few buttons to accept the user agreement.
If it has a red badge with the number one on it, then it’s probably time to update your software.
Apple offers two ways to update your i Phone: over the air, and via i Tunes on your computer.
The first thing you should do before updating the operating system of any device, including your i Phone, is to learn how to back up your i Phone in case something goes wrong.
It’s unlikely that something will go wrong, but it’s better to be safe than sorry when it comes to the data, photos, and other information on your phone.