When I go to troubleshoot the problem, I find that I have version 184.108.40.206 of Flash Player installed on my system, and that the (alleged) latest version (for Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7 and 10.8) is 220.127.116.11 (see following URL). research has revealed that latest version of Flash Player (for Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7, 10.8 and 10.9) is 18.104.22.168 (see following URL).Also, correct me if I am wrong but, the reason I have a 'later' version of the software (that is, version 22.214.171.124) is due to the OS upgrade?I do not recall ever upgrading Adobe Flash Player....Before troubleshooting Pandora in Safari, please check that your system meets our Minimum Specifications to run Pandora.
Because the Flash installer has never removed older versions of the program.
It’s also important to point out this is not a permanent solution , thus the older version of the plugin will continuously become disabled by OS X as a security precaution.
That means you’ll have to update the Flash plugin manually every time you see that message, then relaunch Safari. Send us an email, hit us up on twitter, facebook, Google , or post a comment!
Note: this is limited to Safari for Mac OS X only, and does not apply to Google Chrome users. The most common error I’ve seen is because when users click the ‘Flash out of date’ button, they see the pop-up message and then simply click on the “OK” button at that alert, a normal response to dismiss a popup dialog in Mac OS X.
Chrome uses a bundled version of Flash player that is sandboxed and automatically updates along with Chrome itself. And that’s the problem, because users or update the plugin manually themselves, both followed by a relaunch of the Safari browser app, to resolve the message in Safari, otherwise it will continue to appear, putting them into a seemingly endless loop of updates that never happen.
The first time I ran the Secunia Software Inspector I almost fell off my chair at the huge list of old versions of the Flash player that were hanging around.