How To Install Flash Player On Android 4.2.2 and Above – The Full Instructions
Flash Player support has been officially ended for newer versions of Android. Further versions of Android won’t even have Flash Player installed.
For those who want to run online videos, the Play Store offers other browsers that can do so without Flash player but there are some games and sites who still need Flash Player to run.
Since Flash Player is no longer available on Google Play Store, we’re going to show you how to use an Apk file that can be found at Adobe homepage to install Flash Player on a device with Android 4.2.2 and above.
Prepare your phone:
- Download Apk file of Flash Player here then scroll down to the Flash Player for Android 4.0 archives. Get the latest version and then copy that to your phone.
- Make sure you allow your device to install files from unknown sources. To do so, go to Settings> Security, then tap on unknown sources.
Install Flash Player On Android
- Connect your phone to the PC.
- Copy the downloaded Apk file to your phone.
- Disconnect the phone.
- Install the Apk like you would a normal file, just tap Apk File and Confirm installation.
- While installing, if asked for any Installation Process, choose “Package Installer”. If there is a Pop-Up Choose “Decline”
How To Use Flash Player On Android
In order to use Flash Player on an Android phone, you’re going to need a browser that supports Flash Player. Google Chrome does not support Flash Player, but Mozilla Firefox and Dolphin Browser do. FireFox will not need anything once the app is installed, but, on Dolphin Browser you need to enable flash plug-in, do so by open DolphinSettings > Flash Player > Always On.
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