With ever growing Android smartphone usage the devices seem gain all the popularity recently and people having such smartphones love to remain mobile all the time. With the introduction of Android Jelly Bean 4.1 the developers at Google decided to withdraw their support for the Flash Player and to use alternative sources to show flash content on smartphone running Android JB 4.1 or higher.
But the good news is that the developers at Adobe didn’t gave up and they start posting the latest version of Flash players for Android devices on their site. These flash players support all Android firmware including Android 4.0, 4.1, 4.2, 4.3 and Android 4.4 KitKat as well. You can download the required Flash player from the link below and install it on your Android device.
One thing to mention here is that these flash players works fine on all Samsung Galaxy series smartphones including the latest Samsung Galaxy S5 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 4. You can install the flash player on your smartphone by following this step by step guide given below.
Install Flash Player on Android devices:
Follow the given step by step guide to install Flash Player on your Android smartphones and tablets.
Step 1:- First of all go to the Settings App on your Android device.
Step 2:- Now check to enable “Unknown Sources” by navigating to the Settings -> Security.
Step 3:- Next, download your desired Adobe Flash Player from the link given below.
Step 4: After downloading the Flash Player on your PC or Android device, transfer it to the internal storage or SD Card.
Step 5:- Find the Flash Player apk file where you’ve transferred on your phone and theninstall it by tapping on the .apk file:
Here you GO! You have successfully installed the Flash Player on your device. Now you can run all online videos and other contents that used to need Flash Player.
You can ask us any question regarding the Flash Player installation on your device in the comments column given below.
Flash Players for Android 4.0 and Higher: