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Is it possible to have flash working or ARMv6 devices?

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The official flash player for android only supports ARMv7 processor architecture.
The way that some ARMv6 devices have flash is that some is that a few cheap tablets (usually from China) have a non-official version.

You can download one here. But beware it may or may not work!

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Thanks for answer...! – Hero vs Zero May 3 '12 at 8:42

You have Flash Player which is pre installed on your device. You can have (some) luck with running .swf files. I tried running it in the browser and it was a bit glitchy.

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He does not have flash player, because the phone he's using is not supported hence the question. – Richard Borcsik May 5 '12 at 13:24
How do you know what model his phone is? I've a Legend which is ARMv6 and has Flash Player. Flash Player is for those devices that can't run Flash. – Abhishek Sha May 5 '12 at 16:22
Oh my god you seriously have no idea what you're talking about about do you? You need flash player to run flash. Your device doesn't runs a full flash player just a dumbed down light one. – Richard Borcsik May 5 '12 at 18:42

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