In this brief guide, we've shared how to update Adobe AIR on Android, so your mobile apps are synced with the popular runtime system. More than 100 million people have downloaded Adobe AIR to their Android devices since the runtime was released, and it continues to enjoy tremendous popularity.
How to Update Adobe AIR on Android
Just like with other Android apps, you can download a standalone version of AIR on Google Play. If you don't have AIR installed, and you try to download an app that uses the AIR runtime, Android will prompt you with a dialog box to install AIR.
Updating AIR-Based Applications (for Developers)
If you're uploading a new version of an app that relies on AIR, make sure to use the same AIR ID. You should also select a larger version number in the application descriptor (i.e. the "versionNumber" value).
Further Support for AIR
If you have any problems updating AIR for Android, we recommend getting in touch with Adobe through the AIR Learn & Support page. Here, you'll find step-by-step tutorials, troubleshooting answers, and a robust community forum.