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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by theminor19, Aug 15, 2012.

  1. theminor19

    theminor19 Android Enthusiast
    Thread Starter

    Today Adobe officialy removed flash player from the google play market. So unless it is already on your phone, you will have to get it from a third party app resource. Have a nice day.
     



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  2. themaninblk

    themaninblk Well-Known Member

    Sure enouph its gone. Better back that apk up!! Thanks for the info.
     
  3. UnknownUser1

    UnknownUser1 Android Expert

    Can someone dropbox the apk i didnt get it before it closed
     
  4. Deleted User

    Deleted User Guest

    I'll copy the apk from one of my backups later, just pm me so I don't forget
     
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  5. mooseberry

    mooseberry Well-Known Member

    Why is it going away any one know why
     
  6. PlayfulGod

    PlayfulGod Extreme Android User

    old tech and adobe drop android support in 4.1 n all together is appears. HTML5 is what will replace it whenever lazy, skeerd webmasters & web developers start implementing it.
     
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  7. Playfulgod u still got yo droid x?
     
  8. godraw

    godraw Well-Known Member

    No need for 3rd party sites to download the Android versions of Adobe Flash APK's.

    Archived Flash Player versions

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    2. [FONT=tahoma]Android Flash Player versions[/FONT]
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    5. [*][URL="http://fpdownload.macromedia.com/get/flashplayer/installers/archive/android/11.0.1.153/install_flash_player.apk"][IMG]http://helpx.adobe.com/content/dam/kb/en/142/tn_14266/images/download.gif[/IMG]Flash Player 11.1 for Android (11.1.102.59)[/URL]
    6. [*][URL="http://fpdownload.macromedia.com/get/flashplayer/installers/archive/android/11.0.1.153/install_flash_player.apk"][IMG]http://helpx.adobe.com/content/dam/kb/en/142/tn_14266/images/download.gif[/IMG]Flash Player 11 for Android (11.0.1.153)[/URL]
    7. [*][URL="http://fpdownload.macromedia.com/get/flashplayer/installers/archive/android/10.3.186.7/install_flash_player.apk"][IMG]http://helpx.adobe.com/content/dam/kb/en/142/tn_14266/images/download.gif[/IMG]Flash Player 10.3 for Android (10.3.186.7)[/URL]
    8. [*][URL="http://fpdownload.macromedia.com/get/flashplayer/installers/archive/android/10.2.157.51/install_flash_player.apk"][IMG]http://helpx.adobe.com/content/dam/kb/en/142/tn_14266/images/download.gif[/IMG]Flash Player 10.2 for Android (10.2.157.51)[/URL]
    9. [*][URL="http://fpdownload.macromedia.com/get/flashplayer/installers/archive/android/10.1.106.17/install_flash_player.apk"][IMG]http://helpx.adobe.com/content/dam/kb/en/142/tn_14266/images/download.gif[/IMG]Flash Player 10.1 for Android (10.1.106.17)[/URL]
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  9. PlayfulGod

    PlayfulGod Extreme Android User

    yup
     
  10. I bricked mine.n i heatd u could charge it in bootloader
     
  11. justtom

    justtom Android Enthusiast

    Android Flash Player RIP: How to Get it Now That it's Gone


    [​IMG][​IMG]HTML5 has won the war with Adobe Flash for mobile devices. As of today, Flash for Android devices won’t available to download anymore from the Google Play store and the company said it has stopped development of Flash for mobile devices.
    Adobe delisted Flash Player from Google Play, and you won’t be able to get any updates that fix bugs unless you have a device with Flash already installed or pre-installed by the manufacturer (here’s a list of the Flash-certified Android devices). In other words, Adobe is telling everyone to move on from Flash on their phones.
    If you have an Android 4.1 Jelly Bean phone, then Adobe says Flash Player is not supported. If you had Flash preinstalled and updated to 4.1, the company recommends you uninstall Flash, as it is not certified and could “exhibit unpredictable behavior.” If you have a Nexus 7, then the tablet does not come with Flash pre-installed, and the new Chrome browser does not support Flash anyway.
    Still Want Flash?

    [​IMG]Some popular video providers have not transitioned to HTML5, so if you still want Flash on your phone, there are ways around it -- just keep in mind that this is not recommended by Adobe and that the experience with the plugin can be very poor. Also note that downloading the Flash Player apk file from unofficial sources could open the gates to malware on your phone or tablet, so it’s not recommended to get the file from third-party sources.
    The best source to download a working official version of Flash player is from Adobe’s own site. Once you downloaded the apk file, you can just sideload it to your device with a service such as APKinstall. However, these files are aimed at developers, so installations made from the archive will not receive updates through the Google Play Store (until September 2013, Adobe says).
    Dreaming of a Flash-Free World

    [​IMG]Despite its best efforts, Flash for Android devices never delivered a seamless user experience. Many users experienced choppy playback and in some cases it sucked battery life down. However, the plugin is installed on more than 100 million Android devices, according to Google Play Stats, and it has 4.3 stars as an average rating.
    With Flash for Android’s demise, there’s no excuse left for content providers that didn’t adopt HTML 5 video yet (yes, that’s you “The Daily Show”). iOS notoriously did not support Flash from day one, neither did Windows Phone, and development for BlackBerry and Symbian versions is also ceasing. Soon, besides PCs, there’s won’t be any room left for Flash -- but even there, Windows 8 will have limited Flash support. So sooner or later, everyone will have to move on.
    Will you miss Flash for Android?
     
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  12. Hashtag

    Hashtag Android Enthusiast

    Almost cried.
     
  13. TRISPY

    TRISPY Lurker

    Ok even though u do could get it from a third party or back that app up it still won't work I have tried everything and it still wont work for my zte warp.
     
  14. justtom

    justtom Android Enthusiast

    sure it does,why else would we all be backing it up? did you have it before it was removed or after and what makes you say that ?
     
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  15. TRISPY

    TRISPY Lurker

    Because it didnt work for me it kept say your device does not support this app.
     
  16. justtom

    justtom Android Enthusiast

    Sorry can't help you.It works fine
     
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  17. Deleted User

    Deleted User Guest

    Maybe the Canadian version of the warp doesn't support it, eh? ;)
     

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