Install Flash Player On Any Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean Running Device
By on July 26th, 2012

Late last month, Adobe announced that it has not certified Flash for the latest version of Android, Jelly Bean, and thus it won’t allow devices running Android 4.1.1 to download Flash Player from the Play Store. The company also announced that it will unpublish Flash Player from the Play Store on August 15th.

Even though Adobe has not certified Flash Player for Jelly Bean, the plugin works without a hitch in the latest version of Android OS. While opening the Flash Player app page from any Jelly Bean device will give an incompatibility error, the plugin can be easily side-loaded on any Android device.

To install Flash Player on your Android handset running Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean, simply download and install this Flash Player APK file. Adobe keeps an archive of Flash Player plugins here, so the latest version can always be downloaded and manually installed.

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  • Dina

    It didn’t work for me ~ it says its installed but I still can’t play videos using flash. What did I do wrong?

    • Rajesh Pandey

      Which handset and browser? Flash will not work in Chrome. If you are using the stock browser, make sure you enable the Plugins from Browser Settings.

  • http://www.facebook.com/airvanchristopher Christopher Xu

    does not work

    • http://www.knowmydroid.com Rajesh Pandey

      Which handset and browser? Flash will not work in Chrome. If you are using the stock browser, make sure you enable the Plugins from Browser Settings.

    • Tiago

      doen’t for me too :(

      there must be an other way, then downgrade my galaxy sIII

  • random

    How do I change it from chrome to another search engine on my nexus s Android phone

  • Douglas

    I tried at my ASUS TF300, but seems like doesn’t work. My TF300 up to 4.1.1 last week ! I installed flash player 11.1, no matter in chrome ; Dophine, it doesn’t work at page with flash plugin request !

  • http://twitter.com/_MrDaniel M.Q

    thnkx MR Rajesh Flash Player 11.1.for Android 4.0 (11.1.115.17) is the work in Nexus Android 4.1.1

  • syed

    Hi rajesh
    Can u pls tell me which version shld i download for samssung s3 version 4.1.1 jelly bean

  • natalia

    hi. Im trying to get the flash player to work on my galaxy note 2 and i havent had much luck. I did what your review said to do. I downloaded the 11.1 version and i made sure that the plugins were enabled. What else can i do? This is what i get when i try to play a video.

 
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