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xFrozen

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So according to Google, Adobe Flash is not supported by Jelly Bean. If you try finding it in the Google Play Store, it won't show up on a device running Jelly Bean.

BUT. If you have the APK file, you can simply install that and FLASH WILL WORK. I have tested it and it works just as fine as it did in ICS.
If you don't have it, download it here: http://www.mediafire.com/?5dw874d7ciiag0d

Supposedly HTML5 is supposed to be used instead of flash, but if you try using the stock browser to load flash content, it will tell you to download flash .. so that's way off.
 

ecs1984

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So according to Google, Adobe Flash is not supported by Jelly Bean. If you try finding it in the Google Play Store, it won't show up on a device running Jelly Bean.

BUT. If you have the APK file, you can simply install that and FLASH WILL WORK. I have tested it and it works just as fine as it did in ICS.
If you don't have it, download it here: http://www.mediafire.com/?5dw874d7ciiag0d

Supposedly HTML5 is supposed to be used instead of flash, but if you try using the stock browser to load flash content, it will tell you to download flash .. so that's way off.

thanks for making this available to the community, but there are already multiple threads for this.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1770480
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1768901
 
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viju_utd

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Praise the lord!

So according to Google, Adobe Flash is not supported by Jelly Bean. If you try finding it in the Google Play Store, it won't show up on a device running Jelly Bean.

BUT. If you have the APK file, you can simply install that and FLASH WILL WORK. I have tested it and it works just as fine as it did in ICS.
If you don't have it, download it here:

Supposedly HTML5 is supposed to be used instead of flash, but if you try using the stock browser to load flash content, it will tell you to download flash .. so that's way off.

Thanksss alot!!! :D :D :good:;)
 

justin94

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Only problem is that browsers are starting to not support flash for devices running 4.1 is dolphin browser

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demon2112

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Updated from ics to jb...google back up restored al my apps when i first signed in...even flash....so i dont know what al the fuzz is al about...

And a "flash happy site" loads and plays wel on my chrome browser
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narcisco.cruz

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Had ICS updated to JB then rooted couldn't download flash from market found this thread downloaded from link flash now works. try the man in blue dot com animation benchmark then flash benchmark verified working flash thanks OP

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    So according to Google, Adobe Flash is not supported by Jelly Bean. If you try finding it in the Google Play Store, it won't show up on a device running Jelly Bean.

    BUT. If you have the APK file, you can simply install that and FLASH WILL WORK. I have tested it and it works just as fine as it did in ICS.
    If you don't have it, download it here: http://www.mediafire.com/?5dw874d7ciiag0d

    Supposedly HTML5 is supposed to be used instead of flash, but if you try using the stock browser to load flash content, it will tell you to download flash .. so that's way off.
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    So according to Google, Adobe Flash is not supported by Jelly Bean. If you try finding it in the Google Play Store, it won't show up on a device running Jelly Bean.

    BUT. If you have the APK file, you can simply install that and FLASH WILL WORK. I have tested it and it works just as fine as it did in ICS.
    If you don't have it, download it here: http://www.mediafire.com/?5dw874d7ciiag0d

    Supposedly HTML5 is supposed to be used instead of flash, but if you try using the stock browser to load flash content, it will tell you to download flash .. so that's way off.

    thanks for making this available to the community, but there are already multiple threads for this.

    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1770480
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1768901