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How do i install adobe flash player on my andriod phone?

I need it so i can set a avatar on my yahoo
Thanks for your help!

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    Rick
    Posted 1 year ago

    First, you’ll need to tell your device it’s OK to install apps from sources other than Google Play. You’ll need to check the box marked “Unknown sources.” On Android 2.2, 2.3 or 3.x, this is found under Settings > Applications. On Android 4.x, you’ll find it under Settings > Security.
    2. On your phone or tablet, download the Flash for Android application downloader. (It’ll then download the file directly from Adobe.)
    3. Once that’s done, pull down the notification area and tap on the file to install it. Tap “Install” on the next screen to confirm.
    4. When Flash is installed, head into your phone’s stock browser (again, Google Chrome won’t support your newly-installed Flash apk).
    5. On Android 3.0 or later, go to Menu (three dots next to the address bar on some phones) > Settings > Advanced > Enable plug-ins. To enable Flash content all the time, select “Always on,” or to enable it selectively on each page, choose “On demand.” Or on Android 2.2 or 2.3, go to Menu > Settings (sometimes Menu > More > Settings), where you’ll find the “Enable plug-ins” option.
    6. You should now be ready to go. Check this link on your phone to confirm that Flash is up and running.

    Finally, once it’s working, you may want to uncheck the “Unknown sources” option once again to keep your phone or tablet secure.

    So there you have it — Flash support on your Android device. Flash on mobile devices has never been perfect, but on the right hardware Flash 11.1 for Android will give you a decent experience. Remember, though, that Flash has been withdrawn from the Google Play Store for a reason — it’s no longer officially supported, so bear that in mind as you’re browsing through Flash content on your phone.

    i hope that this helps. hey, please email me, you haven’t replied for a while. thanks heaps

One comment on “How do i install adobe flash player on my andriod phone?

  1. First, you’ll need to tell your device it’s OK to install apps from sources other than Google Play. You’ll need to check the box marked “Unknown sources.” On Android 2.2, 2.3 or 3.x, this is found under Settings > Applications. On Android 4.x, you’ll find it under Settings > Security.
    2. On your phone or tablet, download the Flash for Android application downloader. (It’ll then download the file directly from Adobe.)
    3. Once that’s done, pull down the notification area and tap on the file to install it. Tap “Install” on the next screen to confirm.
    4. When Flash is installed, head into your phone’s stock browser (again, Google Chrome won’t support your newly-installed Flash apk).
    5. On Android 3.0 or later, go to Menu (three dots next to the address bar on some phones) > Settings > Advanced > Enable plug-ins. To enable Flash content all the time, select “Always on,” or to enable it selectively on each page, choose “On demand.” Or on Android 2.2 or 2.3, go to Menu > Settings (sometimes Menu > More > Settings), where you’ll find the “Enable plug-ins” option.
    6. You should now be ready to go. Check this link on your phone to confirm that Flash is up and running.

    Finally, once it’s working, you may want to uncheck the “Unknown sources” option once again to keep your phone or tablet secure.

    So there you have it — Flash support on your Android device. Flash on mobile devices has never been perfect, but on the right hardware Flash 11.1 for Android will give you a decent experience. Remember, though, that Flash has been withdrawn from the Google Play Store for a reason — it’s no longer officially supported, so bear that in mind as you’re browsing through Flash content on your phone.

    i hope that this helps. hey, please email me, you haven’t replied for a while. thanks heaps

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