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To All Mac Users!!! | Rounds.com Blog
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To All Mac Users!!!

January 24 – Important Update
An updated solution was posted on Adobe’s site, which will resolve any problems you are having with your webcam on Mac computers. Here’s what you need to do:

1. Go to http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/ .
2. Download the new Adobe Flash Player (Universal Binary for Macs | 5.54 MB)

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With the latest release of Flash Player, the cameras of many Mac users have become dysfunctional and can’t be accesses with Flash applications, which is exactly what Rounds is based on. After extensive research, we learned that this usually happens due to ManyCam or Google Camera adapters present.

To resolve the problem you must remove all component files that contain “Google Camera” or “ManyCam” from the /Library/QuickTime/ folder. This will allow the iSight (and other malfunctioning cameras) to work properly again with Flash applications. If the files aren’t found in the above folder, they may be hiding in /Library/Application Support/Google/ folder. After removing these files, please restart your browser before checking again.

Here’s a more detailed tutorial on how to remove these files:

Please ask our team for assistance if necessary, as removing system files may have undesirable effects on the system. With that said, the above procedure is fairly simple and shouldn’t cause any issues whatsoever.

You can also check the Adobe forum for more information on this issue:
http://discussions.apple.com/message.jspa?messageID=12641342
Check out this link as well – http://bugs.adobe.com/jira/browse/FP-5730

If you have any questions, please comment below and we’ll be glad to help.



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6 Comments

  1. I want to talk to friends and friends who have facebook

  2. Marco – they might not be located at the first path but in the second one. Search for these files, they are there… Somewhere :)

    Elad – Gtalk will still work perfectly, but video will probably have issues. With that said, you can always install the Google plugin again after removal.

    Jaye – you need to delete these files not open them. Check out the detailed explanation above and if it’s not working, check the Flash forum links at the bottom, there are various other solutions for this issue.

  3. I open google camera adapter but it is not working what should i do

  4. Elad

    will removing these files prevent me from using video chat within Gmail?

  5. marco

    if this is not working what do you do? there is no google camera to delete so now what do i do cause the webcam is not accessible anymore and my mac wont allow me to use this function why?

  6. what if there are not googlemaps and it still does not work?

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