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Adobe decided to stop support for its Flash Player on Android mainly because of HTML5 doesn't need flash player to play videos. Unfortunately, that didn't mean all Web sites you visit would start using HTML5 instead of Flash (though it would have been nice). If some of the Web sites you want to look at are using Flash, the last version of Adobe Flash Player ...
Currently, you can side load the flash player on a 4.1 device. Meaning you have to download the apk file and install directly from the device, or with adb. There is no guarantee that flash will work at all in the future. Not only is Adobe dropping flash support for Android 4.1, No new installs for any version of android will be allowed for the Flash Player ...
Samsung put the "Flash Lite" plugin on the Galaxy S for 2.1. It supports the basics. This blog shows some devices that use the plugin: http://www.adobe-flashlite.com/ Edit: Adobe now has a list of devices that can run full Flash. http://www.adobe.com/flashplatform/certified_devices/
You don't say what model your phone is? Is it on the Adobe's list of supported devices at: http://www.adobe.com/flashplatform/certified_devices/ ? If you look at the Adobe's published minimum requirements for mobile Flash, they list Android 2.2, a Cortex A8 (ARMv7) processor, and a Hardware Vector FPU (floating point maths processor). I'd have thought the ...
Those instructions are BS. Flash does not work on 2.1. However, there are several devices that run Flash Lite (it came on my Galaxy S Vibrant, for example). Someone with Flash Lite tried that and thought they had real Flash when really they just had Lite, and it spread for a while before being debunked. Just read the comments on that post. Edit: ...
It's not that Jelly Bean won't support Flash. Adobe decided not to support Flash for newer devices, starting from Jelly Bean and onwards. I don't know the know the reason though. Maybe they got tired of testing (and certifying) several devices? Source. You can still install Flash on Jelly Bean; there are workarounds for that.
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!
Adobe Flash has been deprecated starting Jelly Bean, for reasons only Adobe knows. However, there are still workarounds for installing Flash. The trend in mobile (Android) development now is using native Android, or HTML5. Flash is discouraged, although there are still Flash websites around. Phones with older versions of Android may be able to access them. ...
The BBC released statements about their support for Android with iPlayer back in June: BBC iPlayer on mobile: a new version and Adobe Flash 10.1 streaming on all Android 2.2 phones and BBC iPlayer on Android update. This all boils down to saying that their current strategy for mobiles is to offer a mobile optimised version of their Flash site, and not to ...
I haven't tried it, but perhaps TuneIn Radio will do what you want? It appears to be internet streams of actual radio stations, I'm sure you can find one that streams BBC. They have a listing of stations here by location: http://radiotime.com/region/c_0/Browse_Locations.aspx
No, you cannot use a microphone on the mobile version of Flash Player. From the Action Script Reference Documents: Runtime microphone support The Microphone class is not supported in Flash Player running in a mobile browser.
You can obtain the apks for Flash for all versions of Android directly from Adobe in their old version archives. http://helpx.adobe.com/flash-player/kb/archived-flash-player-versions.html Scroll down a bit and you'll find "Flash Player for Android 4.0 archives" and "Flash Player for Android 2.x and 3.x archives". These include the last versions of each ...
If the play store won't play ball, you can download the flash player APK from Adobe here. The one you want is "Flash Player 11.1 for Android 2.x and 3.x (18.104.22.168)"
Adobe Flash fot Android has been discontinued and all official methods of installing it have been removed. This is mainly due to problems in security, performance and stability, but the rise of HTML5 has also played its part. You can find more info from here or here.
What's your Android version? I'll assume you're using 4.1 or newer. The .swf extension is used by files played by Adobe Flash Player. Unfortunately, Flash is not supported on Android since 4.1. You can try installing the Flash Player APK. The latest version is for 4.0/ICS, but some people say it works on 4.1+/JB as well. Remember: Your Mileage May Vary™. ...
To reset the Flash based data storage (technically like cookies), you have to wipe the data for the Flash Plugin. Home => Settings => Applications => Manage Applications => Adobe Flash Player => Clear Data. I would do the same procedure for your browser application, too, if have nothing valuable saved in the browser settings/passwords. I wish Adobe had ...
AS per How to hide updates from market? you can detach the app from market using Titanium Backup. Long press the app and click detach from market. But bear in mind that this feature is available only in donate version of the app.
Note that the HTML5 client-side storage isn't in either of those locations. To clear that, you need to go into your browser, press the Menu button, select, More, then Settings then scroll right to the bottom where you can see (under the Advanced heading) Website settings, now you should be able to see which websites have stored data on your phone (shows as ...
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