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Run adobe flash on kitkat

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By Hnk1, Senior Member on 21st June 2014, 07:20 AM
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Hello

This thread is for users who want to use adobe flash on kitkat 4.4 and beyond. I have personally tested this on 4.4.4 on my nexus devices and Xperia L. As you know, the support for flash has long been disconnected so this is the ONLY way to run flash now!

Basically this hack was achieved by an xda member "surviveland"; so All credits to him. Lately he has been not active and his links have been removed so I am posting it here again for members to see it.

Prerequisites :

Dolphin Browser
Hacked flash player.

Once you have installed dolphin and hacked flash player; make sure you enable adobe flash in dolphin browser's settings in web content. This would NOT work on firefox as firefox doesnot allow custom/hacked flash.

Any queries or question would be welcomed!

Download HERE


To check if you installed flash properly, visit this website to check

http://www.codegeek.net/flash-version.php

A user confirmed UC Browser HD works too instead of dolphin
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Is there any other browser that you'd recommend (other than Dolphin) that supports flash?
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Is there any other browser that you'd recommend (other than Dolphin) that supports flash?

Dolphin is in my knowledge the only browser that supports forked adobe flash.


And whenever I need flash; I just open dolphin for that purpose only !

Browsers I use :
Chrome (preferred on tab but used on xperia as well)
Opera Classic (preferred on xperia L)
Opera (only tab)
Dolphin (only flash pages)

In my opinion , opera/chrome/dolphin/Firefox are most effective browsers with quick updates and battery optimisations.
While opera classic is best for saving a lot of data as it compresses data more than other browsers.
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Dolphin is in my knowledge the only browser that supports forked adobe flash.


And whenever I need flash; I just open dolphin for that purpose only !

Browsers I use :
Chrome (preferred on tab but used on xperia as well)
Opera Classic (preferred on xperia L)
Opera (only tab)
Dolphin (only flash pages)

In my opinion , opera/chrome/dolphin/Firefox are most effective browsers with quick updates and battery optimisations.
While opera classic is best for saving a lot of data as it compresses data more than other browsers.

Thanks for the info! [emoji4]
I prefer Opera Classic on my Xperia as well.. [emoji4]
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