Adobe has stopped development on the Adobe Flash Player for Android. Please read the following article for more information.
Each Android device is different, however you may be able to manually install the Flash Player by following the instructions on this FAQ page.
I had the same issue but there is a way... ok here is the solution. go to google play and click on the downloaded tab and click on all installed. scroll down and find flash player and click update. if u can't find it then go to adobe site and click on adobe reader and when it asks to redirect to play store you choose your internet browser. again click on all downloaded and again update it. works every time!
I had same problem and I called Samsung tech support and they walked me through it and it worked!
Step 1 go to setting, click on security and check the box next to Unkoen Sources
Step2 go to internet, clear your browser, then type goo.gl/WsbRZ then press go or enter
Click on the install tab
Step3 Once installed a box will appear with two options DONE or OPEN
Now go onlinevand try streaming whatever you were trying to stream!!! Hope it works!
I have the samsung galaxy 2 10.1 gt-p5113. I installed latest adobe flash player archive version. I am trying to stream movies from at&t uverse, which requires adobe flash player. However, when i select play, nothing happens. I tried uninstalling and installing older versions. Same result. Can anyone shed light on this? And yes, i enabled content from non-google approved sources.
P.S. Why does this page automatically scroll up to the top when I start typing. That is excessively stupid and irritating. I would like to be able to see what I am typing as I type it.
I got flash running on my galaxy tab 2. I'm able to stream hulu.com and play facebook games on my firefox browser. You have to sideload adobe flash first. This might help: http://flashforthegalaxy.com/install-flash-galaxy-tab/
I have a Samsung Lite 7.0, your instructions were so helpful. Thank you so much. I don't understand why there's jot an easier way. Unfortunately there isn't a way to download the Adobe Flash Player through the Playstore, official Adobe Website and it wasn't in my list of downlowded applications so I couldn't update it. However the link you provided (goo.gl/WsbRZ) installed the program to my device and now everything works great. Thank you so much!
You're awesome. Thank you so much! =]
Sincerely, a very new Tablet user (Angelica).
Side-loading old versions of Flash Player leaves your device at significant risk for malware infection. The versions of Flash Player for Android are from 2011, and are missing hundreds of publicly disclosed security vulnerabilities at this point. Installing an old Flash Player version onto your Android device is a terrible idea.
The only decent option at this point in terms of security is to use a cloud-based browser that streams the Flash content to your device, like: