There are many people who don’t know how to install and use the Adobe Flash Player on their Android devices. Adobe Flash Player will most likely disappear in the next few years, mostly because a good amount of companies are switching to HTML5. However, before that happens, you will still be able to use the Adobe Flash Player on your Android device and today we’re going to give you information about how you can do this.
Installing Adobe Flash Player On Android 6.0 Marshmallow
First of all, we remind you that Adobe Flash Player didn’t support the Android OS until version 11.1. If you wish to view flash content on your Android device, you will need to use a third party browser. There are websites which claim to offer an APK package that will install the flash player on your device, but don’t be fooled, as most of the times, the files come with a malware.
Installing Dolphin Browser and Adobe Flash Player
Open the Google Play Store, search for Dolphin Browser and install it on your Android device. After that, you will need to open the Dolphin browser, go to its settings->content->Flash Player and set it always on.
After that, you will need to open a webpage that uses Flash Player (or wait until you will open a webpage that uses Flash Player). The first time you will load a page that uses Flash Player, you will be asked to install the Flash Player on your Android device. Tap on the download button and the Adobe Flash Player will be installed on your Android device.
HINT: You need to enable “Unknown Sources” option from your device’s Settings->Security->Unknown Sources or this might not work.
Did you test the Adobe Flash Player on your Android device?