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How To Install Adobe Flash On Nexus 7

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How To Install Adobe Flash On Nexus 7

If you want to run the Flash Player on Nexus 7 you need to first install a browser since by default there is no browser installed. Adobe Flash is not officially supported on Android devices. You must manually install a browser which was made easy by an xda developer Censura Umbra, the tutorial to install Flash on Nexus 7 is very simple and you need to follow below steps.

Install Flash Player On Android Ice Cream Sandwich 4.1

How To Install Adobe Flash On Nexus 7

Before going to install Flash on Nexus 7 I recommend you to watch below video carefully, so that you can easily do the below steps for Flash Player installation on Nexus 7.

How To Install Adobe Flash On Nexus 7 [Video]

How To Install Adobe Flash Player On Nexus 7

The Flash Player installation procedure also works with any Android Device Running Jelly Bean 4.1

  1. Download the Flash Player file from http://www.mediafire.com/?lqxd6qnr63kj2t1 or from http://d-h.st/o1I you can copy both and install.
  2. Dolphin Browser HD 8.5.1 APK (Supports Flash):http://d-h.st/3ZS
  3. After download copy the downloaded files to external SD memory card and insert the card to your Nexus 7
  4. Install Flash Player and Dolphin browser from the above files by opening in the File Manager
  5. Start the Dolphin Browser which you installed in previous step.
  6. Go to Browser settings and Set the Flash Player option to chose Always On or On Demand.
Your Adobe Flash Player is now installed and configured to run on Nexus 7 and can be installed on any other device running Android and not supporting Flash Player.


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