Installing Adobe Flash on Android Jelly Bean devices
View Flash content on your Android device with these five steps.
Google Android Jelly Bean 4.1 does not officially support the Adobe Flash player. Although a number of sites have made the transition to HTML5, you may still find yourself needing to access Flash content.
It is possible to activate Flash on a Jelly Bean device manually without having to root it. We cannot guarantee that Flash will work for all, but we have tried it on the Google Nexus 7 and Galaxy Nexus smartphone and it should work on others.
Before you get started we should point out this is not recommended by Adobe or Google and there will not be any patches to update stability or security. You install this at your own risk.
Top 5 challenges of migrating applications to the cloud
Explore how VMware Cloud on AWS helps to address common cloud migration challengesDownload now
3 reasons why now is the time to rethink your network
Changing requirements call for new solutionsDownload now
All-flash buyer’s guide
Tips for evaluating Solid-State ArraysDownload now
Enabling enterprise machine and deep learning with intelligent storage
The power of AI can only be realised through efficient and performant delivery of dataDownload now