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Default Dolphin Browser HD 8.5.1 APK (Supports Flash)

Since Dolphin Browser HD recently dropped support for Flash on all Jelly Bean devices, including the Nexus 7, people have been needing the old version of Dolphin Browser HD for use with Flash. Well, here you are.

APK Download: http://dl.apktops.com/app/201206/Dol...r_HD_8.5.1.apk

If you need Flash Player, check this thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1771463
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*Edit - Although Flash seems to work fine, when trying to go full screen it crashes out immediately. Currently Firefox does not have this problem.
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This is great. I miss the pinch to zoom and the more functional address bar though. Not a poblem.
 
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Anyway to tell the Play Store not to update it?
 
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Anyway to tell the Play Store not to update it?
As of right now, no. I guess that's the price to pay to have Flash working on it though.
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Maybe if everyone keeps giving it 1 star for disabling Flash, Dolphin will get the message and add it back.

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Did this yesterday and it's been smoooooth sailing so far. I'm new to Android and this made things a ton easier.
 
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I wonder if there is a way to change the apk or program to make it think your are running ICS so it still enables flash, besides editing the build.prop. From the Google Play update log it sounds like its merely disabling flash on JB while still allowing it to work on ICS/GB, so the flash supporting part of Dolphin is still there, its just being disabled.
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I've been using XScope Browser.
Seems like Flash support is a little bit better on that one, but I haven't tested it extensively. Amazon Instant Video can be played full-screen, which is nice. I tried that with Dolphin, but it kept crashing.

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