I need to know how to install flash player on my MT7001 Android ver. 4.1.1 ? Does it come from the Google App Store or do I need to find it here on the Adobe website? This is all new to me I'm use to downloading .exe , .DLL , .text you get my point I'm a Microsoft Windows 95- Windows 8.1 user and can run that software with my eye's closed but when it comes to iPad, Android, I phones, that stuff I can't really stand it because when I'm using the darn thing I spend more time fix my errors because I hit the wrong thing because of it's size to small for a 6'4 275 pound man to peck at. So if any one could help because for right now this is all I got for Internet and media. My PC which was just bought on Dec.19th 2013 is trashed because of my son running Admin tools and so I got a Zero Access Root kit that just tore the crap out of my PC. Took the hidden part. And trashed it then installed itself on my Dory Technicolor Gateway and started downloading & uploading files quietly and we have usage on our IP so my bill is $865.68 now because my son opened some ports he knew nothing about . I looked at my System Variables Environmental the "PATH" Holy cow it said something like : %SYSTEMROOT%\System32;systemroot\Windows\;System32;%systemroot%;\windows;:System32;\wbem\ AMD\Intel SDK Open Live Source\
Ya it's nuts . Is there anyway I can download an ISO Windows 8 Recovery through this Ipad .? I have a USB transfer wire that hooks into the USB port on this Android ipad and the other end excepts a thumb drive because it's got a female end, if so that would allow me to swap a file on to a thumb drive if it was possible? I'm just not sure if it can be done? If so I could do a command prompt disk part clean all on my PC an then use the ISO to recover with my product key. My OEM is gone and warranty it's shot because they don't cover virus . So somebody if you got time and could kindly help me out it would be much appreciated e-mail me at : Italian.email@example.com
There is no more Flash Player for Android and there won't be another. Android is no longer compatible with Flash Player. Playing Flash content is very processor consumptive and it drains your battery, also shortening the life of it. Android (Google) recommends using either "Dolphin" or "Puffin" as your browser if you need to view Flash content with a mobile device running Android. They're both free in the GooglePlay store. These browsers use "server side" rendering to reduce the load on your device.