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How to manually install Adobe Flash Player on your Android device


Wednesday 15th of August 2012 / androidcentral.com
​New devices will soon be unable to get Adobe Flash from Google Play. Here's how to install it manually.From today, for some new devices, Adobe Flash Player will no longer be available fromGoogle Play, marking the end of Flash’s brief flirtation with Android. That means if you want to get hold of Flash on an Android device that doesn't ship with it, you’ll need to resort to a little bit of trickery. Fortunately, though, it’s pretty easy to get Flash up and running manually, assuming you understand the risks.Join us after the break to find out how to manually install a legacy version of Adobe Flash Player on your Android phone or tablet.Big scary warningBefore we begin, make sure you understand the risks associated with running the now-unsupported Adobe Flash on your device --There’s no official support for Flash on Android now. That means no more security or stability updates, no official support channels if something goes wrong. In particular, if you’re using this on an Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) device, you can probably expect a few stability
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How to install Adobe Flash Player on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean


Wednesday 25th of July 2012 / talkandroid.com
As many of you know by now, Adobe Flash isn’t supporting Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, but there is a solution and it’s very easy. 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.//For all NON Nexus 7 devices (as posted by XDA member stempox)Download Flash Player APK (version 11.1.115.12)Copy your files to the SD card of your Android device. (Be it tablet or smartphone, it makes no difference)Install it using any File Manager.Start the BrowserGo into the Browser settings and uncheck the option of Flash Player (on demand or always on at your discretion)Finally you have the latest version of Flash also Android!For the Nexus 7 ONLY (as posted by XDA member Censura_Umbra) – You must be rootedDownload this Browser from AOSP Jell
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Manually install the flash player on Android devices


Tuesday 15th of January 2013 / androidforum.com
Since Adobe flash player is no longer available at Google Play store, the new Android device is ship without flash support.If you want to play flash on your device, you need to manually install the flash player.If you want to know the details, refer to this guide.How to Manually Install Flash Player on Android device?
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How do I install Flash player on my kindle fire?


Wednesday 09th of January 2013 / justanswer.com
How do I install Flash player on my kindle fire?Optional Information: Type of Device: TabletModel: Kindle fire HD
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flash player on pandigital novel 7 multimedia tablet


Saturday 31st of December 2011 / androidtablets.net
Looking for a way to get flash player on this tablet. Any alternative would be appreciated.
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How to install Adobe Flash Player on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean


Wednesday 25th of July 2012 / androidheadlines.com
As many of you know by now, Adobe Flash isn’t supporting Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, but there is a solution and it’s very easy. 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.For all NON Nexus 7 devices (as post…Continue Reading HereHow to install Adobe Flash Player on Android 4.1 Jelly BeanRobert Nazarian – talkandroid.com
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Adobe Flash Player' on 'Samsung Galaxy Gio GT-S5660' - 'Android 2.3' - Help please !!


Saturday 10th of December 2011 / android.net
Help ! - 'Adobe Flash Player' on 'Samsung Galaxy Gio GT-S5660' - 'Android 2.3' !!! I am going round in circles so it seems with this problem ! 1st it seemed I was having a problem as to how to install 'Adobe Flash Player' & now I'm getting the feeling I'm not even supposed to have it anyway !!! Can someone advice me if I am supposed to be able to go to a web-site that has Flash content on it & actually be able to see the Flash content ??? - If I'm not I'm going to be mortified !However If I am supposed to be able to view Flash content then can someone please advise how I can get Flash working my 'Samsung Galaxy Gio GT-S5660' - 'Android 2.3' ! When I go to 'Android Market' I am told my device is not compatible with 'Adobe Flash Player Version 11'. I have downloaded by PC a torrent of 'Adobe Flash Player Version 10.3' & then copied it to the phones SD Card & then used the installer on the phone to install it - all seemed to go O.K. but when I went to the Adobe test page no Flash movie & tried another web-site that I know has flash content & the same thing !!!Reg
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Flash player on Galaxy mini


Monday 27th of June 2011 / android.net
Hi, i wana ask about instaling flash player on SG mini.How i can do this so i could wach movies online.I tried do find it on market, but its showing me messege thats aplication dosent exist.Is any other way to do this??Sent from my GT-S5570 using Android.net
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Can anyone assist in telling me how to load flash player on


Monday 29th of October 2012 / justanswer.com
Can anyone assist in telling me how to load flash player on a galaxy tab 2? Have had endless frustration
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Flash player on Xcover


Monday 27th of February 2012 / androidforums.com
I'm wondering if it is possible to install Adobe Flash player on Galaxy Xcover, and if it is, will it run properly?I'd like to get an answer to this question before I consider buying this phone model.
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