One of the recent change is Android Jelly Bean is it doesn’t support Flash, Adobe who is behind the development of Flash Player of PC,Mac,Linux, Android etc announced that they will be discontinuing support for the Flash. The recent 4.1 version of Android doesn’t support flash and isn’t officially support to run on this version. Still some of the website uses flash instead of HTML 5 and if you want install Flash on your Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, here is tutorial on how to do it.
Flash is not available on Google Play, so you need to acquire .apk file. Site like XDA Developers forum, offer flash APK for download. While installing file make sure it is from trust-able site. Installing flash by yourself is a lengthy process, we will look go for easy alternative. Google Chrome for Android doesn’t support flash by default. So install another browser that supports Flash, FireFox for Android support Flash by default. You can download and install FireFox from Google Market Place itself for free.
If you want to install flash via .apk file, upload the file to site like Google Drive and install it or if you have placed in your storage you can install it using app named ES File Explorer. You’ll need to enable installation from “Unknown sources” , which allows you to install apps from outside Google Play. You can enable this by going to Settings screen.
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