It is possible to download the Adobe Flash Player from the Google Play Store. However, it is no longer supported by Google, so downloading it manually for free is what you should do. Here are some easy steps that you can mimic.
- Connect to the Internet
You need to have an Internet connection if you want to install Flash Player. This can be acquired online, so you need to have at least a working data plan or Wi-Fi connectivity.
- Enable Unknown Sources
Go to the Settings menu from your mobile device, then tap Security. On some older devices, you can see this as Applications instead of Security. Then you need to tap the Unknown Sources option and tap OK to confirm.
- Launch the Browser
Close the browser and search for ‘Flash Player archives page’ or you can directly visit the website of the Adobe Flash Player archive page. From there, you need to scroll down to the archives for Flash Player for Android.
- Be Mindful of the Compatibility
After that, you need to determine if it is compatible to your device, particularly for Android operating system.
- Download the Installer
The link to the latest version should provide you with the working downloadable installer. The download will begin right after you click on the link. Upon completion of the download, you need to close your browser for the new installation to work.
- Install the New Download File
After that, try to check the Notifications bar where you can find all the downloaded files. Tap the file that you need to install. When you come across an option to install, you simply have to respond based on your preference, then you are good to go. After installation of the app, you can just tap the ‘Done’ pane and you will have a secure Adobe Flash Player installation in no time at all.
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