Install Adobe Flash Player On Jelly Bean Device ~ Hackinthus

Saturday, December 01, 2012

Install Adobe Flash Player On Jelly Bean Device

By Sukesh Kumar(facebook)(twitter)
Flash played a very crucial role in shaping the web. Initially, iOS never supported Flash which was quiet shocking that time. And now, even Android entered the market without flash support when they launched Jelly Bean. Well, for Android there's always an alternative. We will be telling you how to install Flash support for Jelly Bean on your smartphones as well as tablets.

By the way, installing Flash this way doesn't ensure you the best performance, since it's not optimized for the Jelly Bean.

What you need :

  • Flash Player
  • Dolphin Browser HD 8.5.1 (with Flash support)
Refer to the link below in order to download these files.

How to :

  • Delete any existing installations of Dolphin Browser and/or Flash Player from your Android device. Use the native Android App Manager, and make sure you hit Clear Data first, followed by Uninstall.
  • Copy both the downloaded APKs on your device, and install them through any file manager.
  • Make sure installation of apps from unknown sources is allowed by heading to Settings -> Security -> Unknown Sources.
  • Install the Flash Player APK using any file manager, followed by Dolphin Browser HD.
  • Launch Dolphin, move to settings, and toggle the Flash Player option.
  • Exit the browser and start it again.
That's it!! Done! Flash is enabled on Dolphin Browser HD.

Refer to link below to download the required files and if you have any queries.

Source - XDA Developer 

(via Redmondpie)

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