In this video we show you How to Install Adobe Flash Player on Android Devices

As you can see on this video Adobe Flash Player is no longer available in Google Play Store for downloading. However, Android users can download and install Flash Player from the Archived Flash Player versions page.
While web developers are slowly moving to HTML5, we aren’t convinced that computing is truly ready for a Flash-free world just yet. If you own a Nexus 7, Nexus 10, or any other tablet or smartphone running Android Jelly Bean, KitKat or Lollipop, by now you’ll have noticed that many of the things for which you wanted that tablet – watching catch-up TV and online video, casual gaming – just don’t work. In many cases apps are available that add the functionality, but do you really want to install individual apps for every Flash site or service that you use? Or turn on the dusty old desktop just to catch up with EastEnders on iPlayer? That’s not very convenient.
We don’t even want to think about the Flash problem: we want to continue doing what we want, when we want in our browser, and not deal with the continous headache of switching between apps to find a solution that works. This stuff should be seamless.
The good news is that although Android Jelly Bean, KitKat and Lollipop don’t officially support Flash, it’s really easy to add Flash support to the OS. Here, we show you some simple tweaks to enable the playback of catch-up TV, online video and Flash games on a Google Nexus 10 or any other tablet running Android Jelly Bean or Android KitKat.
This video shows you how to download and manually install Flash Player on Android smartphones and tablets.

To manually install Flash Player on an Android device, follow these steps:

Step 1
Ensure that the Android device is connected to the Internet.
From the Settings menu, tap Security (or Applications, on older Android OS versions), and then tap Unknown Sources. Tap OK to confirm your selection.

Step 2
Close Settings, and then launch the browser.
Search for “flash player archive page” or navigate directly to the Adobe Flash Player Archive page.

Step 3
On the Archive page, scroll down to Flash Player for Android archives.
Find a version of Flash Player that is compatible with your Android operating system, and then tap the link to download the Flash Player installer. Download begins automatically.
When download completes, close the browser.

Step 4
Open Notifications, and then tap install_flash_player.apk.
When prompted, tap Install.
When installation completes, tap Done.


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