How many times you went to some video site on your Android mobile phone and you get the notification to install flash to see the video. Recently Adobe ended their support with Android and right now, Adobe flash is not available on Google Play. This is a huge disappointment for those who love watching videos on mobile devices specially in tablets.
To overcome this issue, there is a work around. Older version of Adobe flash for mobile is present on many websites to download. All you need to do is download the file and install it in your mobile. Here’s a link to download Android Flash Player APK file. But before downloading the file make sure you check the “Unknown sources” option in your mobile security settings.
To check the option, go to Settings –> Security. Here you’ll find “Unknown sources” option. Check the box next to it.
Now tap on downloaded Adobe Flash Player file to install it on your mobile device.
Once installed, you can run Adobe flash media on your mobile phone. Unfortunately, Google Chrome doesn’t support Adobe Flash in Chrome. So you need to move to either Firefox browser, or Dolphin browser to use the feature. After downloading the Firefox browser, don’t forget to enable the plugins. To do this, go to Settings –> Plugins and select Enabled. That’s it. You’ll be able to play Flash media on your phone without any hassle.