Some Android devices will have already been given a lovely update to Android 4.4 Kitkat. These include the likes of the Nexus 7 2013 tablet among many others, but there has been one big observation. Android 4.4 Kitkat doesn’t have support for Adobe Flash Player, but you’ll be pleased to know that a Android 4.4 Kitkit flash walkthrough guide has emerged online, which proves that it is still possible.
Just like Apple and Steve Job’s vision, it looks like Google are now starting to move away from flash technology as well. Flash isn’t included with the company’s latest mobile software, but as most of you have guessed – many websites are still using flash content to render their websites.
This has become a problem for a lot of you who still need flash content when browsing, but luckily there is a solution. Thanks to those clever guys at the XDA Developer Forums, we bring you this simple guide on getting flash to work on your Android 4.4 Kitkit device.
The steps are as follows:
1) Download Dolphin Browser
Warning: You must have Dolphin Jetpack on in the settings to enjoy it. Dolphin Jetpack better solves the compatibility with flash player, such as crash issue & freeze issue in full screen.
2) Download the hacked flash player
Warning: Make sure that you have uninstall the flash player installed in your device and then install the hacked one for compatibility reason.
If your devices refused to install apk outside Google Play, you may set in your device (Settings> Securities> Unknown resources) to allow installation of apps from unknown sources.
3) Make sure that the flash setting in Dolphin Browser (Click Menu>Settings>Web Content>Flash Player) is on.
Provided that you follow the above steps, you should be able to view websites on Kitkit with flash enabled from that moment onwards. If you are having difficulty getting this to work, we’ve also included a video guide below offering further tips.
Has this helped you to solve your Android 4.4 Kitkat flash player problem? Let us know how you get on in the comment section below.
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