Tuesday, 23 October 2012

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How to Install Flash On Jelly Bean Devices

The Android lovers, soon after upgrading their older sets to new Android Jelly bean, were smashed to see that it doesn’t have Flash support. Devices like Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and Nexus 7, applauded for their “big-screen” mannerism have consequently turned out to be hazy if you can’t even watch movies or play popular flash games like Farmville and Mafia wars.  Not only this, but also Flash based websites show up an error on your Jelly Bean phablet mentioning that your device does not support flash. This depicts limitations to access content, having a perfect handy gadget which remains a dilemma.
There’s nothing impossible and therefore Geeky Portal has sorted out this easy Flash installation method for all the saddened faces searching for the right solution.

Requirement: You just need to have a flash supported browser before getting started:
  1. Enable app side-loading by going to “Settings” > “Security” > “Check the “Unknown Sources” checkbox right under “Device Administration”.
  2. Download the latest flash player apk file i.e.  Flash Player 11.1.115.20. You can even download the apk directly from your android device and jump to step no: 3.
  3. Copy the needed files directly to your SD card.
  4. Finally install and start the browser.
  5. Go to browser’s settings and uncheck Flash Player option. And that’s it!

Now you can enjoy your favorite animated movie on your big-screen phablets notably Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and Nexus 7. Since these devices do not support Flash content therefore quality of the pages may vary. I am sure; most of you would have been relieved out from this issue.

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