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  • Guessing u r talking of Android Jelly Bean. At present, u can side load the flash player on Jelly Bean device. That means, u have to dnld the .apk file and install directly from the device, or with adb, whatever is possible. There is no guarantee that flash will work at all in the future. Not only is Adobe dropping flash support for Android (specially 4.1), No new installs for any version of android will be allowed for the Flash Player app from Google Play after August 15th'2012. U can dnld from xda-developers, but I am not sure if the file either exists or not, cause I could not check due to my shorten of time, if u cann't find there, don't worry, try here also: http://d-h.st/o1I

    Answered by rechil_colin
    2 years ago
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