Official support of Flash Player for Jelly Bean is gone, Adobe’s team is no longer offering releases that you can download from Google Play like you used to. However this doesn’t mean you cannot use Flash any more. The apk’s are still available on Adobe’s archive page and with some tweaks it should work just fine.
Today I will present you a way to install Flash Player on your Galaxy S4 and also be able to use it with any browser except Chrome which doesn’t seem to work. The guide was presented by user ArianaGrande from Xda, so thank you Ariana.
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How to install Flash Player on Galaxy S4:
Go ahead an download com.adobe.flashplayer-1.apk and then place the apk on your phone’s sd card. Install the apk as any other regular app that comes outside Google Play (enable ‘Unknown Sources’ from Settings > Security). Reboot your device and then enjoy Flash on any Browser (at least that’s what Ariana says) except Chrome. If you encounter any issues with this just write us below and we’ll try to help you make this work.
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