Install Adobe Flash on an Android smartphone or tab: Get Flash on Android
Adobe may have cut support for Flash in Android and beyond, Android Jelly Bean, KitKat and Lollipop don't officially support Flash, it's really easy to add Flash support to the Android OS. Here, we show you some simple tweaks to enable Flash in Android. Please do any one of the options below.
Note: Please aware that, this is not an official support. Tweaks from some trusted sources to run Flash on android. Install and use it on your own.
Add Flash to Android KitKat
The following steps explain how to add Adobe Flash to Android KitKat.
1. The first step in adding Flash to Android KitKat is to open your Settings menu, scroll down to Security, then enable the box to allow the installation of apps from Unknown sources. Dont forgot to turn this option off after you've completed our guide.
2. Next you'll need the Flash installation file. Download the Flash installer for Android KitKat from here [Leading android forum: xdadevelopers.com]. It'll download directly to your phone, and you'll find it in your Downloads folder. Install the Flash player in your phone
3. To enable Flash playback in Android KitKat you'll need the Dolphin Browser - free browser from Google Play, because Google Chrome does not support Flash. Download and install Dolphin Browser from Google Play.
4. Open Dolphin browser and select the Settings menu (a small Dolphin icon in the bottom), ensure Dolphin Jetpack is enabled
5. Then select Web Content. In the next window find Flash Player and ensure it is set to Always On.
- Flash will now run happily within the Dolphin browser on your Android KitKat phone or tablet