Android Jelly Bean & Android KitKat both officially don’t support Adobe Flash Player but it is very easy to run Flash Player on each of these OS. We came across this answer on a forum so we thought to share it with our viewers that how to add flash in those specific places where your Android might get struggle to open interfaces such as catch-up TV, online videos and flash games on any tablet or phone running on Android KitKat & Jelly Bean.
Flash Player for Android KitKat:-
Firstly you require the flash installation file. Download the flash player installer for Android KitKat from here. It is provided as a Dropbox download. So simply click to save it to your device. Now go to your notification bar and install the downloaded file.
You must be sure to allow installation of apps form unknown sources. For this, go to you device Settings, then scroll down to Security and simply check the Unknown sources.
Flash Player for Android Jelly Bean:-
You require to first find a link to download Flash player or simply go there. You need to make sure to allow installation of apps form unknown sources. For this, go to Settings & then scroll down to Security and check the Unknown sources.
Your downloaded file might not show in your download folder and notifications bar so you will need a free file browser app to begin installation. Then you require a browser that can support flash plug in such as Chrome or Firefox. Then go to device settings, scroll down to content, select plugins and check Enabled to enjoy perfect streaming.