How to get or Install Adobe Flash Player for android

We are often asked how to install and use Adobe Flash on Android or want to get Adobe Flash Player After Lollipop Update Android 5.0, 5.1 or Android Marshmallow 6.0. Flash still has a huge presence on the Internet, and run on Android devices is not always easy. But it is possible, with a little help. Read below for how to get Adobe Flash Player on Android.

How to install Adobe Flash Player on Android Marshmallow or Get After Lollipop 5.0, 5.1 Update

Adobe Flash Player is not supported on Android since version 11.1, so if you want to view Flash content, you need a third-party browser. Some websites claim to offer an APK package that will install Flash on your device, but do not be fooled – it is often malware. The safest way to use Flash Player on Android is one of applications below, which are available in the Play Store.

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How to Install Adobe Flash Player for android

Step 1: 1st download recommended  flash browser to setup Adobe Flash Player. I always recommend that you use Dolphin Browser. Some have reported that Firefox works as well. See below, we have shared some flash browser.

Puffin Web Browser

Step 2:  Now, you’ll need to download the Adobe Flash Player v11.1 APK file to your android device.( If Adobe Flash Player already installed, do not need doing it again)

Step 3: After installing Adobe Flash Player, then open it. it will tell you to open it .. now tap Dolphin Browser and will be promoted with this

Step 4: Once opened, you have to dig through the settings, find the Flash function and modify it so that it is “always on”.How to get or Install Adobe Flash Player for android

Once finished, you should be able to visit a flash website and see that it works. There really is nothing else to it. Dolphin is offering flash capabilities, but these are very limited. By installing the Flash Player file we link below will allow your phone or tablet to support almost all Web sites that use Adobe Flash for anything. This could be videos, animations, games, etc. If this requires Flash then it should work on your phone. Remember though, flash can be quite intensive battery so that you could see your battery level drop much faster than normal.

See also: How to save battery life on your Android device.

How to install Flash player on Android Lollipop, KitKat and Jelly Bean

If you use an older version of Android – like most of us – the above applications will always provide the same results. Adobe may have turned their backs on you, but those browsers not.


Do we have players that are still hard-flash users? Let us know in the comments section below what websites you use for the flash content and if this tutorial helped you.

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