I've tried all evening and all morning to instal on my MacBook Pro- same version- 10.10.1. using Safari as my browser, too. I follow directions in the Safari preferences, and under the Security tab, I have no options to "Allow Java"- my choice is to "Allow WebGL"...????
I have the same issues as all of the people shown above. Please help Adobe we are all not able to see videos
I am also having the same problem. I have Mac OS 10.10.1 and have run the uninstall. I keep getting "Unable to proceed with installation." Now I am without any Flash software and no Pandora. Yes — first world problems.....
Please advise Adobe.
Same issue here. Mac OS 10.10.1, stopped working a few days ago, tried updating and it stops at 45%. Did an uninstall and a reinstall, same thing. Checked my browser prefs. and made sure everything else was up to date. Help!
Same here installer stalls at a particular percentage BUT I found a work around / solution.
Close all programs and get the 'Force Quit' window open (apple logo, top left) once open then run the installer... when it stalls us the 'force quit' for the adobe installer and then re open it and run it again, you will find it will go up a few extra percent then hang again... repeat the 'force quit' and reopen until you make it through the installer, I had to do it about 4 times
Hope it helps you out!
Merry Christmass All!
It's working! I'm using your system and although it's dramatically slow, I've been finally able to go past 31% of the download!
Thank you very much for your brilliant suggestion, and Merry Christmas to you too!
Woo-Hoo! worked on my MacBook Pro, and just now, after about 7 times on my iMac it finally went through!
Thank you thank you thank you!!!
Your very welcome glad it helped you out!
Wishing you all a great 2015
I was having the same problem, and the following worked for me:
1. Go to System Preferences --> Flash Player --> Advanced
2. Under "Browser Data and Settings" click on "Delete All"
3. Check "Delete All Site Data and Settings" then click "Delete Data"
4. Try to install the update again
I hope this helps!
Similar problem on OS X 10.10.1 (Yosemite) Tried clean install because the installer has been showing nothing for nearly two weeks. Tried running it over xmas holiday and gave up because could not be a**ed to waste any more time.
I don't get anything other than a blank installer dialogue box - doesn't even appear to be starting the download process.
I am sooooooo fed up with Adobe Flash right now. It's days are definitely numbered.
For those still blocked from installing Flash Player, the following help pages outline common troubleshooting steps for Flash Player installation. We also provide "stand alone" versions of our installers towards the bottom of the page. I suspect these stand alone versions will help if the troubleshooting steps do not.
that was the first place most of us looked for a solution. None of those steps worked.
All I get is the install dialog hanging before it even starts to download the new flash files.
I just tried it again using the exact same method as I tried previously and it is now working!
Maybe there was an issue on Adobe's side which they fixed? Suggest you all try again now and see if you get the same...
I'm having issues as well. Tech coordinator for a school and cannot access any Adobe content from our computers. Cannot even upload this link...
Teachers are getting frustrated. None of their flash content works now.
@doug j: Are you attempting to complete the installation using an account with administrative rights?
Also, please try the offline installer:
Had the same problem (stalling at 25% or 30%).
This worked for me:
1. Reboot computer or use Activity Monitor to force quit any prior Adobe Flash installation process that may be still running
2. Download Adobe Flash update using this link: Flash Player for Safari and Firefox - NPAPI
3. Mount flash player by clicking on flash drive icon on desktop
4. Right click on Flash file
5. Choose 'Show Package Contents'
6. Open 'Contents' then 'Resources'
7. Run file 'Adobe Flash Player.pkg'
8. Reboot computer.