How to install flash to Android 4.1+ devices

By | October 23, 2014

Jelly Bean is the Android 4.1 version and Google Nexus devices were the first to get updated with Jelly Bean. A big change in the Android Jelly Bean is that you wont’ be able to enjoy the flash content on your Android device, because the Adobe flash app is not available to the devices running on Android 4.1 and above. Don’t worry, there are so many ways to get the Flash support on your Android device. While many of the sites run on HTML 5, there are still lot of sites using the Flash on them. The solution is very simple for this, you need to just download and install an APK.

How to install flash to Android 4.1+ devices

  • Before installing the flash APK, you need to make sure that you can install the apps that are from Google Play Store.
  • For this you need to go phone settings and here go into the Applications tab and make sure that checkbox for unknown sources is checked. After doing this, you can now install the APK.
  • Download the APK from here and after downloading transfer on to your tablet or phone. After moving to phone or tablet, open the APK and install it.
  • If you are using the device which doesn’t support flash, you may see something like below on your screen, when you  navigate to the website.
  • Once you open the APK file and install it, you will be navigated to configuration settings. It won’t work on the pre-installed Google Chrome on your device. You can use it another browser like Opera or Mozilla.


Author: Peter Jacksonn

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