Flash Player En Tu Android Gingerbread, ICS O Jelly Bean (Última Versión)
Flash Player On Your Android Gingerbread, ICS or Jelly Bean (Updated)
After Adobe remove the application and official support for Flash Player on Android aplicacioes store, Google Play Store, many users want to continue using Flash on your Android smartphone or tablet.
As most know, Jelly Bean Android does not natively support Flash Player, but thanks to you can install applications from the microSD card or internal memory of your Android, you can now return to have Flash Player on your Android and best of all is that no matter if you have installed Android 2.3 Gingerbread, Android 4.0 or Android ICS 4.1.2, 4.2.2, 4.3 Jelly Bean, especially if you had to reinstall a firmware and this does not have Flash installed or you have Flash natively but not the latest version, etc..
Although no longer has official support from Adobe, you can always manually install the apk of the latest version.
Remember that Flash Player is not compatible with mobile devices that have the V6 ARM processor and stock Android browser or Google Chrome.
To install Flash Player on your Android, you must enable installation from external media on your Android, then copy the APK Flash Player on SD card or internal memory of your device, find the apk with a file browser and run the APK.
To use Flash Player on your Android, you must have a browser like Opera, Firefox, Dolphin Browser and Puffin (You need to enable Flash support from each browser settings).
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