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  • [VIDEO] Enable Adobe Flash Player on the Cricket Wireless Samsung Galaxy S4

    Unfortunately it looks like we can't get Adobe Flash Player support in the stock browser and some other browsers as well. The HTC One had a setting in the native browser that let you toggle it on really quickly.

    However with a little bit of work, you can find yourself enjoying Adobe Flash on a browser that may be new to you.

    1. Go to the Play Store and install "Boat Browser".
    2. Go to settings > more > security > unknown sources (enable it)
    3. Navigate to (I own this site and put this download here for use with ICS+ devices).
    4. Install Adobe Flash Player
    5. Open the application at the end of the install. It should give you the option of which browser to use. Choose "Boat Browser". It should open into a settings page.
    6. Test Adobe Flash Player within Boat Browser on any flash enabled page.

    Flash failed on: Stock Browser, Dolphin Browser.

    Others are untested by myself.

    NOTE: This was done on the AT&T version, but I know we'll run into the same issue.

    This article was originally published in forum thread: [VIDEO] Enable Adobe Flash Player on the Cricket Wireless Samsung Galaxy S4 started by chrisngrod View original post
    Comments 2 Comments
    1. computerkidt's Avatar
      computerkidt -
      Fails with chrome shockingly enough and opera fails also
      Firefox seems to work

      ---------- Post added at 08:46 AM ---------- Previous post was at 08:42 AM ----------

      Boat Browser atm also doesnt have flash support enable by default atm so you need to go into the Settings, then Page content settings, select Enable flash/plug-ins and change it to On demand or Always on.
    1. Stephen Proffitt's Avatar
      Stephen Proffitt -
      There used to be a way in Dolphin Browser to enable it on demand or always, but iirc it requires root to do.
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