Saturday, December 1, 2012

Guide to Install Flash Player on Any Android Jelly Bean Device

Although, Android was mainly recognized for supporting the Adobe’s Flash platform which had opened door to many possibilities like video streaming etc, but since Adobe broke ties with mobile development sector for Android, the 4.1+ versions were left with no Flash support.

While there existed a method for Nexus devices before, more Galaxy devices that are getting upgraded to Jelly Bean might also want to play Adobe Flash content on their phone. Luckily, XDA members have been quite busy and they had found a way to run Flash player on any Android device. 

Here’s how you can do that:-

Flash Player [Download LINK]
Dolphin Browser HD 8.5.1 (with Flash support)[LINK]


Step by Step Guide to Install Fla Player on Any Android Jelly Bean Device 
Step 1: Remove any existing installations of Dolphin Browser and/or Flash Player from your Android device.
Step 2: Copy your files to the SD card of your Android device.
Step 3: Install the Flash Player APK using any file manager, followed by Dolphin Browser HD.
Make sure installation of apps from unknown sources is allowed by heading to Settings > Security > Unknown Sources = checked.
Step 4: Launch Dolphin, head over to settings, and toggle the Flash Player option.
Step 5: Exit the browser and start it again.
You now have Flash Player enabled in your Dolphin Browser HD. The only catch here is that you should not update the browser beyond this, or you might lose Flash support. You’ll be able to get average to decent flash performance with this.

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