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  1. count400

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    I tried to watch an Amazon video on my new Nexus 7. It said download the adobe player. The i got the message this device does not support adobe flash. Is there any way around this issue?

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    Be aware that Chrome doesn't support Flash even if you install it, but many other browsers do as do other apps that need it.
     
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    Puffin browser has build-in flash but it isn't free.

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    I have photon browser, that has flash. Use it to watch movies on it.
     
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    Firefox Beta v23 works fine with side-loaded flash on the N7 v4.3.
     

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