How to Get Adobe Flash on Android Jelly Bean

We all know that how much everybody loved flash on Android. We hate Adobe for dropping flash support for Android but that wouldn’t stop us from getting it back, now would it? Well, if you’re have an Android device and want Flash on it then follow the below given steps. (We are not responsible for any damages to your device, even though it’s highly unlikely but still if you manage to break something don’t come back crying to us, j/k you can always come back to us we’ll help you out if we can)

  • Download the appropriate Adobe Flash .APK file from here. There are Flash versions for Android 4.0, 2.x and 3.x. (If you’re running Android 4.x Jelly Bean then download the latest 4.0 APK file)
  • Now, if you have downloaded the file on PC then transfer it to your device via USB, email, etc whatever suits you.
  • Install the App on your phone/tablet. Now, if you want to run Flash videos on Nexus 10, Nexus 7 or Nexus 4 then you’ll have to use a non-Stock browser like Dolphin browser, etc.

This method has worked for several devices and this way you can get Flash on Android Jelly Bean as well. Do let us know if it works or doesn’t work for you.

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Dilawer Soomro is a Computer Science major and a mediocre Android developer. He is a hardcore Android fan with a knack for Samsung devices. He can be described in two words that sum-up his whole personality "Apple Sucks".