I think I am finding the same problem. I have an ATV1. I followed Firecore’s detailed instructions to install Adobe Flash on my ATV1. That is I bought an unlicenced copy of Mac OSX 10.4.10 Tiger (Intel), using Pacifist I extracted the ‘CoreAudioKit.framework’ folder (a process which required me to copy it first from Pacifist to a clean USB drive and then FTP it to the documents folder in my AppleTV. I then ran into problems. Firecore said:
Hi, after copying the framework to the AppleTV you will need to re-install Adobe Flash through the menus.
1. Navigate to the Maintenance --> Install Extras menu. 2. Highlight the Adobe Flash item and press the right arrow to remove it. 3. Restart the AppleTV when prompted. 4. Go back to the Install Extras menu and re-install the Adobe Flash item.
So I have followed the Firecore instructions. The AppleTV wants to download Adobe Flash Version 10.1.53.64 But if I want to view stuff with Adobe Flash I am told by the Adobe website I need Adobe Flash 10.3.183.17
I have had an outstanding support request regarding this for a number of days. I fully accept that Adobe 11 will not work. But why can I not get a late version of Adobe Flash 10 to work?
Firecore support are not explaining this at all.There must be a mechanism to allow the Install Extras menu to update Adobe Flash to Version 10.3.183.17 which is the up to date release for Adobe 10 and people running Tiger on their AppleTVs
I think Firecore have hit a brick wall on this one - with no fault on their part. Adobe have now upgraded Flash for the Firefox browser so that you have to have Flash 11. Flash 11 needs OSX 10.6 and the latest OSX on the ATV1 is OSX 10.4