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Default No Adobe Flash Player Galaxy tab 2 7.0......

Yesterday i bought this tablet,i bought this tablet because i wanted to play facebook games ,but when i try the tablet i realize that there is no flash player built in it.I tried searching at Google Play but there is no results.I even tried download the apk file and install it but it's not working ,flash files just wont play.Can anyone help? :banghead:

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Flash is not supported anymore by android.

What browser are you using to view FB ?
 
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Battery Low Adobe drops all Android Flash support, removing Flash Player from Google Play.

I've read a news about this some weeks ago, Adobe annonced:

"From August 15th, Flash Player will no longer be available to download from the Google Play Store."

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Flash is not supported anymore by android.

What browser are you using to view FB ?
I am using the default browser..

But adobe says it still supports Android 4.xx...

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The default browser will not support flash , so maybe try another one Lots to choose from so its a personal choice.

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Back in November last year, Adobe had announced that it would discontinue development of Flash on the mobile browser. The end for Flash at least on the mobile is just over a month away as Adobe has announced that it won't support Flash on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean that was unveiled earlier in the week.

Adobe has also said that it will stop installs from Google Play on August 15th.

Latest flash HERE if you ( or anyone else ) needs it.

HTML5 FTW !
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OMG!TQ so much it really worked ! I used mozilla and it worked!

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Adobe Flash Player didn't show in Google Play for me either. But if you open the browser, go to google.com and do a search for "flash player google play" you can open that link and install Flash Player from there.

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