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Android OS did used to have Flash Player in it, but not for a while. It's still possible to manually install it, I think:
yes i tried to put it to canvas... but a simple animation was unusable in many ways.
That is why >>
I was the one who put this topic here: Animate CC / Canvas >> is this kind of a prealpha state software?!
You had put some comment there also! :-)
If anybody had another ideas?! :-)
Your best and only option is to publish your Flash content to an APK (Android app). To do this, use Adobe Air. Download FlashDevelop, download Air, and use the mobile template (create a new project). Read the "Air_Android_readme.txt" file for instructions how to build your app and test it on your device (needs the air runtime).
Not very convenient, and users will have to install your app. You could either provide the APK on your website (not so great) or publish to the Android store (better).
There is no other alternative to publish FLA content to Android/iOS I am afraid (outside the canvas export).
in some cases the .apk is not a solution. for us it isnt plausible.
it is so pitty in 2017 there are no easy and automatic way to do this...
swf is still the most popular format on the net...
its so unbelivable