I have tried several times to install the flash player on my Kindle Fire but it keeps telling me there is an issue opening the download. How am I able to download it yet am unable to install it. It makes no sense to me why it would be able to download yet not be able to open the installation. Is this a problem that is being fixed? I've tried to "troubleshoot" this issue myself but there is little information on it. If the Kindle Fire is unable to install the Adobe Flash player then there needs to be some changes made either on your companies part or Amazons. There are apps offered on the Kindles that need this flash player in order to operate. If you could back to me with an answer as soon as possible I would greatly aprreciate it. Thank you.
Flash Player for Android is discontinued, so this is a moot point soon enough, anyway. Until then ask in the respective Flash sub-forum. What do I know about Kindle Fire's? They're not even selling it here in Germany...
What OS version is on your Kindle Fire? Also, where are you attempting to download the Adobe Flash Player from? Google and Amazon control the downloads to specific devices but if you can provide this information I may be able to better assess your specific issue.
You can find a list of Adobe Certified devices here: http://www.adobe.com/devnet-apps/flashruntimes/certified-devices.html
Although we continue to provide security and patch releases for Android devices which originally shipped with Adobe Flash Player, new feature development for the Android browser has drawn to a close as we shift our focus to Adobe AIR for mobile applications. For more details on the rationale for our decision I refer you to the following article.
The following article describes how to manually install the Adobe Flash Player manually on your Android device.
Another alternative is to install the SkyFire browser, which appears to support Flash Video.