I have a android galaxy note tablet and I am unable to download flash player. I have Chrome as my web browser and still nothing. Does anyone know of a work around for this issue?
In a word, "No".
There is no more Flash Player for Android and there won't be another. Android is no longer compatible with Flash Player since June of 2012.
2008 (March) - Apple® releases the first iPhone, using iOS®. Steve Jobs is insistent and adamant that iOS® is NOT compatible with Flash® and NEVER WILL BE. Jobs' reasoning is that playing Flash® content is processor consumptive and it drains batteries, thus shortening the life of them in mobile devices. In six years, that hasn't changed. Not for the iPhone®, iPad® or iPod® Touch™. It never will change and there never will be a Flash Player® for iOS®.
2008 (September) - Google® introduces Android™ to compete with iOS®, for people who don't want to pay what Apple® is asking for an iPhone®. Android®, unlike its Apple® counterpart IS compatible with Flash®.
2012 (June) - Android™ (Google®) announces the end of support for Flash® with Android™ 4.3. Going forward NO Android™ devices will be compatible with Flash®, but older versions on older devices can still be loaded with "legacy" builds still available from Adobe®. Android™ (Google®) cites the same reason Apple® did for the decision to end support for Flash®. Adobe® continues to release security patches to Flash Player® for Android™ until September 2013, announcing the "end of life" for Android™ Flash® September 10.
What Andriod operating system do you have? This video may help. You will need to install Dolphin browser (you can find this in the Andriod Play Store).
What's the problem with Android is that it can't be done on any stock android browsers ex. Chrome or Browser/Internet. To use adobe flash you need to use a different browser ex.Dolphin Browser. Most browsers work.
This is the best option for Android and iOS users that want to run Flash Player:
Puffin runs Flash Player on servers in the cloud, and streams the results back to your phone. You get an up-to-date Flash Player, without needing to do anything sketchy to your mobile device.
The other options require you to side-load an old unsupported version of Flash Player for Android that's missing 2+ years of security fixes at this point. Installers available from 3rd party app stores repackage flash and frequently contain malware. Either way, you're leaving yourself vulnerable.