Last week message We had some important files from Android 4.4 KitKat removed allowing the use of Flash Player is no longer possible. Fortunately, there appears to be for those who really can not do without.a detour
Android 4.4 KitKat
It is already known that Adobe is no longer developing Flash for mobile devices and the transition to new technologies such as HTML5 is accelerating. However, there is a lot of content in Flash is still being offered, especially by various websites with games. Until Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, there is the possibility to install , Flash Player itself but with the latest Android version is about to change. Since last week announced that on tablets with Android 4.4 KitKat no Flash Player can be installed more but via XDA Developers, an alternative solution has yet emerged.
install Adobe Flash Player
The solution is based on the Dolphin browser, an alternative web browser for Android, and a hacked version of Adobe Flash Player. As with installing Flash on your tablet with Android 4.3 Jelly Bean the hacked Flash Player app via an. Apk file to be installed. Below briefly the steps you must follow to install on your tablet with Android 4.4 Flash KitKat.
- Download Dolphin Browser from the Google Play Store.
- Download Dolphin Jetpack for extra compatibility, from the Google Play Store.
- sure that the Flash Player that you have already installed on your tablet is removed before downloading the new version.
- Download the hacked version of Flash Player.
- Go to Settings> Security and make sure “Unknown sources” is checked.
- install the hacked version of Flash Player.
- Make sure Flash is enabled in the Dolphin Browser (Menu> Settings> Web Content> Flash Player).
As indicated when installing Flash on your Android Jelly Bean tablet installation is at your own risk and it may be that it does not work quite smoothly. We are interested in your experiences, let us know in your comments or even your tablet has been equipped with flash back.