Doesn't matter what you, I, we think about Adobe Flash and Flash on mobile devices, the Web is still full of it and even if HTML5 might replace it sooner or later, Flash is still dominating the Web. Therefore it's a good idea not to kill it before the replacements are in the market and widely adopted. Saying this, Adobe seems to felt the same and after its previous announcement to discontinue its Flash Player for Mobile developments, Adobe has released today the missing Flash Player 11 for Mobile for Android 4.0/Ice Cream Sandwich. While the Samsung Galaxy Nexus lacked it at launch, the release might be related to yesterday's U.S. launch of the Verizon Galaxy Nexus.
Anyway, Adobe Flash Player 11 is now available for all Android 4.0 devices as well as it features performance improvements and bug fixes related to security and stability as an update for other Android versions and various devices. Not supported, according to the Android Market, are the HTC Wildfire S, HTC ChaCha, HTC Legend and Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 mini.
Cheers ~ Arne