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  1. artcwolf

    artcwolf Well-Known Member

    I noticed the other day trying to go to a website that i didn't have flash. did it go away? Went to play store and it wasn't an option to download even

  2. admn81

    admn81 Well-Known Member

    Adobe stopped providing flash support for Android devices and anything running jelly bean isn't even going to work. You can still find downloads of flash if you google it. I would much rather use google chrome but it doesn't support flash so its the stock browser for me.
  3. lucky013

    lucky013 Well-Known Member

    That isn't all true. I run 4.2 JB on a Nexus 7 and Flash runs. You just need to side load it and use the right browser.
    I also sometimes use the Puffin browser and Flash support is built in. No need to install the apk.
  4. admn81

    admn81 Well-Known Member

    Isn't the 7 a tablet though?
  5. lucky013

    lucky013 Well-Known Member

    Yes. I thought you meant Jellybean as a blanket statement. My bad.
  6. artcwolf

    artcwolf Well-Known Member

  7. finndo77

    finndo77 Well-Known Member

    You can do flash in many browsers; although I have found that you have to have the correct version. Look for 11.1.11527 there is a thread on xda I found two days ago with several versions posted. The download file is called "install_flash_player_ICS (1).apk" works great on CM 10.1 on my Nook.

    The version I was using on GB did not work even though it was the same version number.
  8. artcwolf

    artcwolf Well-Known Member

    I had flash installed from play store till the upgrade to ICS, puffin isn't a flash install, and it works pretty good.
  9. reeseboy

    reeseboy Well-Known Member

    This is the one I use.

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