The latest version of Android doesn’t natively support Adobe Flash Player with means that there are some incompatibility issues with some websites. For some, this isn’t a big deal, but one of the wonderful things about Android is having the choice for features. As we’ve done in the past, we’ll show you how to get flash player on your Android 4.4 device.
The guys and gals over at the XDA Developers forum have found a simple way to get around this to use flash on your device. One thing before starting, if you’ve got a previous version of flash player installed on your device, you’ll need to uninstall it before you can go ahead and follow these instructions.
- Download the Dolphin Browser.
- Download Dolphin Jetpack.
- Download the “hacked” version of Flash Player. Before you’ll be able to get this to work, you’ll need to enable installing APK files from Unknown Sources in your Settings > Security.
Once you’ve done everything above, you can simply head over to the browser settings in the Dolphin Browser and enable the Flash Player.
When in the settings, head over to the Web Content option and search for Flash Player. From there, you’ll set it to Always On.
That’s it! Now whenever you use the Dolphin Browser, you can access websites that display flash content.