Yeah, it should work on both hacked/unhacked.
Well, I pretty much have it finished up now. You can call on the "Show Street" button, and it will resize the map to 1/2 the screen, throw the streetview overlay onto the map, and populate the other half of the screen with the streetview API.
To remove the API, just click the "Hide Street" button, and the streetview overlay will unload from the map, the streetview API will unload, then the map will resize back to full screen.
Now the only problem is, to get the streetview flash API working on the A5. Everything up to and after enabling the API works, it just wont enable that flash view.... On the PC in the Opera browser, it all works fine.
I'd like to pick brains with some ppl who have some java/flash experience.
Who knows... It could be that the streetview API isn't compatible with flash9 lite, or it is using flash 10 by default? Theres really no way to tell. I don't get any flash 9 errors on the A5,, the API side of the screen just stays blank. I've tried to set up a JS error function that will return an error msg if the flash module isn't supported, and I got no return error. So either the error function was incorrect (which I don't think is the case -- it worked fine in the Opera browser (PC) ), or the API is using flash9 and somethings just not jiving...