I just used Root Explorer to delete the install-flash.apk file I had in /system/app,
then clicked the hex-edited flash.apk and said Install.
It asked if I wanted to replace the currently installed app, and I said yes.
Works fine for me.
Having the same issue. Tried everything I can think of and still fails to install.
After you've uninstalled the flash player with titanium, just reboot your phone so that the phone clears out the system of the old one existing, once phone boots up go and install the hex version and it will install without saying do you want to replace one. It kind of reminds me of a windows computer after you uninstall a program you have to reboot the computer so that the system gets the cache or what have you out of the computer systems location. Also this worked for me and hulu app that comes with Ava V9 works flawlessly and i'm able to view in landscape mode with no issues.
Works fully after: uninstalling flash (titanium backup), rebooting to recovery, flashing hulu. app, rebooting , flashing flash hex edit, then rebooting. Works, but having a small issue with landscape mode (wasn't fitting properly). Guess I'll mess with it more and see what I'm doing wrong.
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