How to Install Flash Player on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean Phones.

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Android came up with the support for Adobe Flash Player in all their earlier versions but since the step into next era of their Android 4.1 Jelly Bean episode they have started to ditch the Adobe Flash Player and started to value the HTML5 instead. The same has happened with Apple iOS and they are already in to the future technology and adopted the HTML5 for their devices in the upcoming firmware iOS 7.

This isn’t a bad idea at all opting for the HTML 5, but there are still millions of websites and especially the online TV channels that relay on the same Flash which is used to be the main technology used for such contents. The developers at Adobe has still their soft corner for such Android users and they still let them take advantage of their free Adobe Flash player from their original site. Since Android 4.3 is rolling out for many high-end HTC and Samsung phones in coming weeks and as usual it will lack the Adobe Flash Player contents so we have decided to let you know how to install Flash Player on Android 4.3 Jelly Bean phones.

You can do this by following these steps.

1- First of all make sure that you have enabled the option of  ” Install apps form unknown source” which is present in Settings> security of your Android device.

2- Now go to the link given and download it to your PC or Android device. [ Adobe Flash Player for Android ]

3- There is this ” install_flash_player_ics (11).apk” file with the size of 4.5MB.

4- If you have downloaded it on your PC , transfer it in your device and open it. This will start the installation dialogue box.

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After the installation completes the setting menu opens in your default Android device browser. You can simply make some useful settings and the Adobe Flash player will start working on your Android phone running Android 4.3 Jelly Bean.

If the flash content on your phone is not played, then go through your browser, head to Settings > Page Content Setting and ensure that flash plugin is enabled.
So this is how you can get your Flash Player with you if your update to Android 4.3 in future. Don’t forget to share this awesome tip with your friends by sharing this post on clicking the sharing buttons below. Also Stay tune and follow us on TwitterFacebook or  Google +, to know more tweaks and tips.

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