As you know, Adobe has discontinued development on Flash Player for mobile browsers, which means no flash on the latest version of Android. Earlier, the official news made its way stating that flash Player will not be developed for Android’s next version, 4.1 Jelly Bean, and from August 15 of last year, you couldn’t be able to install it from the Google Play store. Adobe has blocked new installs of Flash on Android, fundamentally eliminating its presence from the mobile world. Now the question is, how can we get flash player on Android Jelly Bean if we are not able to find it in the Google Play Store? Don’t you worry, we will provide you the solution in just a couple of steps.
Disclaimer: Proceed on following this guide at your own risk; you will be responsible for any issues caused by the installation. Web4Tech will not stand liable for any damage caused or if your device gets bricked.
- On your Android Jelly Bean device we need to enable the security so it allows you to install an apk file. To do this, head down to Settings option and press security. Then after getting into security settings, under “device administration” find “unknown sources” and check mark it to enable it.
- Now go to this latest download link for Adobe Flash player, and download it to your Android 4.1 Jelly Bean device( thanks to this thread on XDA Developers for keeping flash alive).
- After the download finishes, go to the location where the file is saved on your device or if you first downloaded the apk onto your computer then copy it to the device and navigate to the location where you copied. If you downloaded it directly to the device than the file will be in your download folder.
- After locating the apk file on the device, simply select and tap on the apk file, then install it.
- We are done!