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  1. notebooko

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    Does anyone have a link to the working flash player for this phone? I tried downloading the last one from Adobes android archives but that didn't work.
     

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    Do you guys know why the flash player on the market does not install?
     
  5. notebooko

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    There's no more flash on the market.
     
  6. ohno900

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    Why is that though? I tried to get flash form the market, but I couldn't find it.
     
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    Adobe stated the following 2 reasons why it has removed the adobe flash player app from the Google Play store.

    "1) Premium experiences on mobile devices are typically being delivered through apps and 2) Mobile websites mostly rely on HTML5 based video delivery."
    Down below is the link for more information on this:
    The Impact of the Flash Player Unpublish Announcement on Android Video Delivery | Digital Media Blog
     
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  10. notebooko

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    Just install the file and that should be it. Just open any web browser and play flash content!
     
  11. ohno900

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    Here's the weird thing though. I went onto the Play Store and then went to My Apps. Adobe Flash Player was there in the list since I got it when it released. I went and clicked on it for the fun of it, and to my surprise, it actually got installed. I went onto the default browser and Flash was working! I did this after I rooted my phone.
     
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    If you are running Android 4.1, 4.2, 4.3 Jelly Bean on your device then you will have to install flash player manually on your device. here are the steps

    • Enable the option to install non-market apps on your device.
    • Download Adobe Flash version 11.1.115.81 from adobe's site in your computer.
    • Now copy and paste it to the internal storage or microSD card of your Android device from your computer.
    • Go to the File Manager of you Android device and find the APK of Adobe Flash and tap the APK file to install Adobe Flash on your Android Jelly Bean running device.

    Note : Only use Mozilla Firefox, Dolphin, Boat and default Android 4.0 browser.
     

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