Since the release of the latest versions of Android, we had to make a cross on the Flash player officially, I say officially because it is quite possible unofficially, of course, but in a safe and effective. Although the Internet is in the process of migrating to a non-flash environment, we must not forget that many sites still need this plugin to display content correctly. Therefore, we will propose another solution to enable Flash Player on Android 4.4 KitKat.
It should be noted that this tutorial was found on the XDA forum. To view the tutorial from its original position. Otherwise, you can simply follow the steps below:
- To begin, make sure that your smartphone can install. APK files. To do this, you must go in settings, then security, then you tick the “unknown sources” box.
- Then you need to download Dolphin Browser on the Play Store.
- Then make sure that the Dolphin Jetpack is installed and enabled by default before proceeding to the next step.
- If you have already installed Adobe Flash before, you must uninstall it by going to setting and application.
- Then you need to download a modified adobe flash by going to release this address or by browsing the XDA forum, copy it to your Smartphone, and then install it.
- Once installed the extension, you must open the Dolphin Browser, go to setting and activate the option consideration of Flash.
Finally, you must go back into setting and security, and then uncheck the “unknown sources” box for some reason just security, and voila.
Actually enable Flash Player on Android 4.4 KitKat is not very difficult, and requires simply installing the modified extension is available on the XDA forum. However, Dolphin Browser is certainly not one of our favorite web browsers on Android, although it has a certain reputation in overseas. It remains to be seen whether this extension will also be compatible with many other popular browsers like Firefox in Europe, or the very efficient Opera.