Molan James Posted September 1, 2013 Share Posted September 1, 2013 (edited) Part 1. Get the Adobe Flash Player (based on this guide: How do I manually install Flash Player for Android device?) Make sure your Android device is connected to the Internet. Go to Settings–Security Check the “Unknown sources” check box. (under Device administration) Tap OK to confirm your selection. Close Settings. Launch the browser. Search for “flash player archive page” or navigate directly to http://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/archived-flash-player-versions.html On the Archive page, scroll down to “Flash Player for Android archives” Select Flash Player 11.1 for Android 4.0 (220.127.116.11). Tap the link to download the Flash Player installer. Download begins automatically. When download completes, close the browser. Open Notifications. Tap “install_flash_player.apk” When prompted, tap Install. When installation is finished, tap Done. (you can also download the apk file on your PC, copy the file to S4, then install it) Part 2. Get a browser that support Flash on Galaxy S4 As mentioned, neither Chrome nor the stock browser (aka internet app) does not work with Flash on your S4. Not all third-part browsers work with Flash on Jelly Bean. Here are a few we tested. yYou do not need to have them all, but it is better to test different browsers for the Flash site you are going to visit. Some browsers work great for some sites, but not other sites. Firefox. To be frank, Firefox for Android is not a great app. It is a bit buggy on Jelly Bean. But it is a reliable browser for most sites. Please note, after installing Flash, you need restart Firefox (in the Task Manager, stop it; then start it again). Boat Browser (free). It simply works. By default, the Flash plugin is disabled. You need tap the menu button, go to settings–Page content settings-Enable flash/plug-ins, and set it as always on. UC Browser. It should work without any additional settings. The Flash will not play automatically, and you need touch the play button on each Flash video. Of course, there are many other browsers that support Flash. You can test whether Flash is supported by visiting: http://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/find-version-flash-player.html Edited September 1, 2013 by Molan James 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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