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  1. CHEONY81

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    Hello i have samsung galaxy tab 2 7.0 p3113.4.1.1..is there a way to get adobe flash and if so whats the best way to download and will it work with regular internet browser with tablet..
     

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    Adobe flash is no longer available on play store - if you search on xda-developers you should be able to find an .apk file that you can install

    The stock browser does work with flash - you may have to change the settings to have flash plug in "always on"

    I use boat browser, and flash works well on it - I stream flash content regularly

    If you cannot find anything - let me know and I will try to find the link I used originally

    Good luck,
     
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    Looked through xda and keep finding only for tab 10.1
     
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    I downloaded aptoide and found flash player there should i download from there
     
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    Check this out - it also gives you a download link to the xda available version. It is the version I've used in the past - and it has worked for me

    Install Adobe Flash Player on Jelly Bean devices | How To - CNET

    Good luck,
     
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    On the Tab, go to Settings, Security, then allow Unknown sources.

    From this page:


    Archived Flash Player versions

    Flash Player for Android 4.0 archives
    [​IMG]Flash Player 11.1 for Android 4.0 (11.1.115.47)

    I realize it says 4.0, not 4.1, but it's the last version Adobe made for Android, there will be no more available after this. It works fine on a 4.1 Tab 2 - 7 or 10.
     
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    Or do a search in this forum before asking the same questions over and over again... :rolleyes:
     
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    I used a link like jwither provided, from another post and it worked great! Flash videos now play.
     
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    I have flash on my gTab2.7 and it works on firefox..... The Cnet page says it plays on the Dolphin browser, yet it doesn't play on my Dolphin browser.

    I can also watch amazon prime on the native browser.... but it does not work all that well. The Firefox works somewhat better..... but it will crash the browser.
    Maybe I don't have the settings correct?
     

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