Although Adobe Flash Player in no longer being updated or supported, you can still install it in your device.
It's a pain to get it directly from the web but if you install a browser like Firefox or Dolphin, it's a bit easier to get it through their support walk throughs.
-I spent months getting the runaround through the internet. But when I installed Firefox in my device, in under 20 minutes, I had Adobe Flash Player 11.1 plug-in installed in my Note 10.1. I use it all the time and can't live without it!
Thats what I did when I found out FP wasn't running on my new Huawei, but unfortunately I couldn't get it to run properly with Firefox either which keeps saying there's a plug-in missing that was supposed to be installed automatically!
I have 4.1.2 version in my Note. I also had to open FP and adjust the settings to always stay on and adjust other apps settings to always on & accept. You most likely have a newer Android version in your Huawei but you may still want to double check the settings in everything. For me, it did not do it automatically even though I thought it would. I installed it about 4 months ago, have it plugged into over a half a dozen things and use it to death with no problems. To be honest, if you have 4.3 or higher, there might be a compliation with using it.
-This sucks though and I do hate that Adobe doesn't make it for Android anymore!
In fact I still have the factory 4.0.4 version on my Huawei G615 although it can allegedly be upgraded to the 4.1 one.
May be I'll give it another try in reinstalling the FP and do the manual adjustments you're referring to.
Thanks for your advice
I forgot to mention earlier, when you install FP again:
1) Select it on your app list then select Firefox 2 adjust the settings for FP
2) When you select it to always stay on, also make sure you have cache setting set not to allow 3rd party access and no anonymous reporting
***Not setting FP that way tends to make it a little unstable***
Added note (web surfing): If you want to fully utilize flash websites (touch and dragging icons) like Windows, you should install Dolphin Browser. From experience, I've found Firefox has the tendency not to acknowledge this feature. Firefox is my default browser but for certain things, Dophin is a good secondary.
- hope this helps
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