I'm thinking about getting a note but just wanted to know since jelly bean doesn't like adobe flash or vise versa, is there anyway to download apk file and side load it. If so does it work ok.
Thanks In advance.
As many of you know by now, Adobe Flash isn’t supporting Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, but there is a solution and it’s very easy. There are actually two solutions depending on which device you have. For anyone running Jelly Bean on anything other than the Nexus 7, you can simply side load the APK and enable some plugins.
Hello all. I am currently using a Rogers one x. I am thinking about upgrading to an N4. I like to watch Netflix and videos from various web sites. I have sifeloaded flash on my one x after the Jelly Bean update. I was wondering if anyone knew if I can sideload flash on the N4 and a flash enabled browser to veiw flash content? Thanks.
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Hello, my tf300t is on 4.0.3 stock rom, rooted and unlocked bootloader, what would be the easiest way to upgrade to jelly bean? Could I just download the file from Asus and flash it via clockwork mod and redo the rockery after updates it it works? Do I need to factory reset before I flash it? Thank you
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I know flash had been discontinued from the play store a while back and stopped after ics. I have run it on jelly bean but I cannot anymore. I'm using my galaxy S3 with 4.1.1 JB and flash just doesn't want to work. I just put a brand new Rom on my nexus 7 with full wipe and installed the lastest version of flash and the same thing happened!
I have gone to adobe's lab site and downloaded the latest 64 bit version of flash (which is an alpha). I know this may be a stupid question, but I am running Fedora 11 and I have no clue what to do with the .so file that results from it. When you download flash you get a .tar.gz file and when you decompress it there is a .so file.