How To Install Adobe Flash Player On All Android Devices
As recently announced from Adobe, They will no longer include flash support starting on all android devices. If you have it installed, I would recommend backing it up. Otherwise, you will not even be able to install it from the Google Play Store. In this tutorial, Androidcritics.com will exclusively be showing you how to install the official adobe flash players on all android devices.While Adobe doesn’t directly support it, you can however, still enjoy Adobe Flash Player on your Android device.
.There are actually two solutions depending on which device you have. For anyone running Jelly Bean on anything other than the Nexus 7, you can simply side load the APK and enable some plugins. For those of you with the Nexus 7, you will also need to install the stock Browser since the default Browser, Chrome, doesn’t support plugins. Hit the break for all the instructions and download links.
- Android device running 4.1 Jelly Bean and above
- Download the APK app file from: here
- File manager installed on your Android device (such as appinstaller, ES file explorer, etc.)
- Go to Settings->Security and make sure the “Unknown Sources” box is checked
- Go to your file manager application, and find the APK file you downloaded (If you copied it over from your computer, it will be where you copied it to but if you downloaded it it will be in the “Downloads” folder)
- Select the APK file
- Press Install
- Go into your web browser
- Go into the settings
- Make sure that plugins are enabled
- That’s it! You’ve successfully installed Adobe Flash Player onto your Android Device
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