Thursday, December 27, 2012

Jelly Bean Tips - How to Play Flash on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

The latest Android devices with Android 4.1 Jelly Bean like Nexus 4, Nexus 10 and even the upgraded Galaxy S3 have no longer supported Adobe Flash Player! But for some Android users, Flash plays a important role in playing Flash games and surfing some Flash-based websites. How should they do to get back Flash player for their Jelly Bean devices?

Don't worry! Tech geeks are always around us and we can get help for any problem from the all-powerful Internet! As we could jailbreak Apple's iOS devices and install Google Play into Amazon Kindle Fire HD, we also find solutions to play Flash on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean!

Install Adobe Flash Player into Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

This is a great method from the member "Stempox" of XDA Developer and is very helpful for those Android 4.1 users who are a little depended on Flash content! Of course, it also may be risky for your Android devices since the installation needs third-party software. So before you take this method to install Adobe Flash Player, you should make sure that you often use Flash player in daily life! In addition, to protect your devices you just run the Flash-supported Browsers like Mozilla Firefox and Dolphin Browser when you open some Web sites that still rely heavily on Adobe Flash Player.

1.    Download the Flash Player (version 11.1.115.34) and Dolphin Browser HD 8.5.1 (Supports Flash) on your computer. Then copy them into the SD card of your Android 4.1 devices!

2.    Install the two files via any file manager.

3.    Start the Browser, then go to its settings and uncheck the option of Flash player.

4.    Restart the Browser and you will get Flash Player in your Android 4.1 devices!



Other tips you should know to play Flash on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean

First of all, Downgrade Jelly Bean to Android 4.0 ICS! If you think Android 4.1 makes no difference for your Galaxy S3 and Nexus 7, the downgrading could be a your choice! It is easy to downgrade! Just download your region specific firmware from sammobile.com, open Odin and choose the downloaded firmware as PDA and flash your devices!

Converting Flash to video for your Android devices! If the websites based on HTML 5 is enough for you daily use and you want to play or record some Flash files friendly and smoothly on your Android 4.1 devices, and even share some favorite Flash file on YouTube, the conversion from Flash to common video such as MP4 may become a alternative to play Flash on Android 4.1. For example, download Moyea SWF to Video Converter and convert Flash for your Nexus 10 as the following video!




1 comment:

  1. Install of adobe flash player for android worked and i could play my web application. But when trying to use the same application after accessing that same site on Chrome it still stated that flashplayer was required. Same problem with playing a video off another site. Once installed, why do other browsers or sites not find it? How can one make them find it??

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