Adobe stopped the Flash Player support on Android platform after its 11.1 release, making it nearly impossible for smartphone users to have the full web experience. Despite the outcome of HTML5, Flash still has a huge presence in the internet. Using flash on your smartphone is a hassle, but you can do this easily by using the method given below.
How To Install Adobe Flash Player On Android?After Adobe removed its support for Flash Player on Android, its installation applet has disappeared from the Google Play Store. However, you can still install it on your Android smartphone and enjoy flash games and play online videos by following the given procedure.
STEP 1: Download The Flash Player APKYou can download the APK file respective to your smartphone's android version from the following links.
- Android Marshmallow
- Android Lollipop
- Android KitKat
- Android Jelly Bean
- Android ICS
- Android Gingerbread
[alert title="Notification" icon="info-circle"] If you get an error saying "The installation from unknown source is not enabled", got to settings > security and enable unknown resources. [/alert]
STEP 2: Install A Compatible Browser
Flash will not work with chrome or your default web browser even if you have it installed on your smartphone. To use flash player on android you will have to use a browser that still supports flash player.
The best browsers that I have personally used and work smoothly with flash are Dolphin Browser, Opera Browser (not mini), UC Browser (standard version) and Firefox.
Install which ever you like and go to the browser's settings and enable flash player if it isn't enabled by default.
Now you can play flash media on your android smartphone. If you are facing any problems, please let me know through the comments below.