How do I get adobe flash to work on my android 4.1? I just broke out of it´s box a brand new Samsung Galaxy Note 10 tab Gt n8010. I went to my favorite sites on the web and I get a your device does not support adobe flash window. What can I do?
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I have a Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 8.0 tablet that I bought nearly three months ago, which had Jellybean installed. I was able to install the 11.1 archived version of Adobe Flash from the Adobe website. With this Flash install, I have been able to use Adobe Flash on both Firefox and Dolphin browsers without issue.
Using Samsung galaxy tab 10.1. OS 4. Can't get Adobe flash player working. Have manually installed archived version 11.1 On the website I am trying to view, it states adobe flash player is not supported on this mobile device. That website states adobe flash player 9.0 or higher needed. The website must have changed something as prior to now i was always able to view the videos.
I watch a lot of media on my desktop and I have no doubt I will with my tablet. I want to install flash yet I don't want to for security reasons. Should I just wait it out until html5 is more widely used and forget about flash?
Common sense says I should just forget about flash. What are others thoughts on this?
Second question. Is there a Samsung Kies Alternative I can use on Fedora?