Adobe Flash Player still works great on the Galaxy S 4, but only on some browsers. I was surprised that they have even blocked it on the stock browser. But it works well when used with the right browser.
Note – No root required and works on ALL Galaxy S4s including AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, Verizon, GT-i9500, GT-i9505, etc…etc… Continue reading
How to install Flash Player on Galaxy Note 8.0
We would be installing adobe flash player for note 8 by simply installing the apk file manually.
Required files: download the apk of the Adobe Flash Player 22.214.171.124 (or the latest version) from Adobe Download page. Copy the file on the SD Card of your Android device.
Notes : Starting August 15, 2012, new installations of Adobe Flash Player will not be allowed
Adobe Flash Player for Android allows you to enjoy the internet’s best rich multimedia content on your mobile phone.
With the Adobe Flash Player plug-in installed on your device, you will automatically be able to load Flash videos, animation, games and applications from the web. Android’s support for Adobe Flash Player gives Google’s operating system an advantage over big rival Apple, whose iOS system still doesn’t support Adobe Flash. Continue reading
Adobe decided to kill off support for its Flash Player on Android a while back. Unfortunately, that didn’t mean all Web sites you visit would start using HTML5 instead of Flash (though it would have been nice). So what can you do if some of the Web sites you want to look at are using Flash and your new Android device doesn’t have support for it?
The company has made the platform available for download via theAndroid Market, where users will find it as version 126.96.36.199 if their devices run Player Android 2.x or 3.x, or as version 188.8.131.52 if the device is based on Android 4.0.
One of the biggest complaints about the iPhone and iPod touch since their inception has been their inability to play Flash videos. Adobe’s Flash player is one of the most widely used tools for delivering audio, video, and animation on the Internet. But the Flash player for iPhone is conspicuously absent. Apple doesn’t and probably won’t even support Adobe’s Flash plugin because Apple charges that Flash uses up computing and battery resources too quickly and that it’s unstable, which leads it to cause computer crashes which Apple doesn’t want as a part of the iPhone experience. That doesn’t quite mean that can not watch Flash video on your iPad, iPod touch and iPhone.
Flash-enabled web browser apps
Thanks to some server-side Flash-to-H.264 transcoding, you can get a lot of the video you want on the device you have.
SkyFire ($2.99) is an interesting and now on version 3.0 and its support for Flash has gotten better with every release. Rather than trying to actually play Flash movies on your iPhone, when you try to load one, SkyFire’s servers take over and automatically convert the Flash file to an iPhone-compatible version and then stream it down to you.It’s not a universal app so you’ll have to buy it twice if you want it on both iPhone/iPod touch and the optimized version for iPad, but it also provides other features like social integration and private browsing mode.
iSwifter Games Browser, powered by the Agawi cloud gaming platform, is the world’s first gaming browser for the iPad. The download itself is free but you’ll be prompted to “buy” the app for $2.99 if you want to support them.
Do you know of other ways to play Flash videos smoothly on your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch? Share them in the comments below and keep checking this post. We’ll be updating it as better alternatives become available.
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How to Install Adobe Flash Player on Android Device, Many people We found asking this question after August 15 2012 (The date when Adobe pulled Flash from the Play Store and they officially stopped supporting Adobe Flash Player For Android) in many Smartphone’s forums. The answer for their question is, no doubt flash is being phased out of convention, and you won’t be able to download flash from the Play Market. That however doesn’t mean that you can’t get Adobe Flash Player For Android. Fortunately, though, it’s pretty easy to get Flash up and running manually, assuming you understand the risks. Continue reading