Adobe Flash player allows people to see content on websites that require it to run. One of the greatest concerns with mobile devices for many people was that they couldn’t watch streams coming from websites that required flash. Regrettably, there is no work around for this and Apple to this day do not allow it on iPad with iOS software. Some people managed to find a solution via a jailbreak but for Android it is a different story.

The Adobe flash player app is no available for download from the Google Play Store anymore, and this has left people frantically searching around the web for a solution. I can tell you that people do not need to root their devices to find a working fix in place. Instead, they can simply download the APK files from below and everything will be fine.

Adobe flash Android

You must download one of the data files from above that is suitable for the software that your machine is running before you start this guide. If you do not know the software version, you are currently on navigate your way to Settings > About Device > look in here for the software version. The exact step now will vary depending on the phone carrier and device, but you should have no problems locating it by scrolling up and down in the About phone menu. There’s also a chance that your device is ready for an OTA update. You can check this by going to Settings > General > About phone > Software updates > Update now for most Android-based handsets.

To give you a better understanding of what you are running I will list the name of the Android version history to date.

Android 2.0 Eclair, 2.0.1 Eclair, 2.1 Eclair, 2.2 to 2.2.3 Froyo, 2.3 to 2.3.7 Gingerbread, 3.0 Honeycomb, 4.0 to 4.0.4 Ice Cream Sandwich, 4.1 to 4.3 Jelly Bean and 4.4 to 4.4.3 KitKat is the latest we have today.

The first we heard of Flash exiting the Google Play store was on the 15th of August 2012. It was Adobe who made this decision and not any of the Android workers. Adobe said that they didn’t see a purpose having it available on the Play store. That doesn’t give a lot of insight because we know that masses of people are obviously looking to download the APK whenever possible. There is talk of them having concerns over incompatible software because if devices are not being installed with the Flash Player out of the box then they cannot run smoothly.

From there, Adobe chose to develop HTML5 technology instead, and that drove Google to not support flash support embedded in Chrome for Android and from what we can determine that was the last straw. From there, the rest is history, and if you require Flash, you must use the links we have provided below.

Flash Player For Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich and Over

Flash Player For Android 2.x and 3.x

How To Install Adobe Flash APK

1. have the device connected to the internet. It can be WiFi or using the mobile data.

2. Navigate to the Setting’s menu.

3. Select the ‘Security’ option if running new software. If you are on older software, it is called applications.

4. Check the “Unknown Sources” option that mark it as representing the on position.

5. Close the settings.

6. Copy the file to the external SD card or internal storage.

7. Go to the location where the APK is saved and tap to launch the file. It will now open.

We strive and make it as simple as possible for you to learn. We also want to be there for everybody if they need support so don’t be afraid to leave a remark below if you are not sure which file is the suitable one for your device. We have extensive knowledge across the board for most devices and can help you if you reach out to us.

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