Android is the OS open-source mobile for excellence based on Linux, the source code of the system are constantly updated and made available to developers around the world, which can create “variants” (ROM) of the green robot more functional and complete. Unfortunately, by Android 4.1 Jelly Bean , Android does not support multiple Adobe Flash Player, the famous plug-in to manage movies and websites. Google Chrome , the browser pre-installed on almost all devices Nexus, does not allow the playback of flash video and With the advent of Android 4.4 , also the browser officers are giving problems. In the technological world, however, in (almost) every problem there is a solution.
In our case the above solution comes straight from XDA forum now considered the mecca of the developers, and, more specifically by a kind person who wrote a step by step guide on what to do.
First you need to download the latest version of Dolphin Browser (badge below), and make sure you have activated the option “allow unknown sources” in order for the installation of the hack is successful.
10,000,000 – 50,000,000 links Google Play Store
Once this is done you need to download, again from the Play Store, Dolphin Jetpack, which adds useful features to the package “base.” Now just install the tool ( available here ) and activate the settings of Dolphin, the plug-in from Adobe.
1,000,000 – 5,000,000 links Google Play Store
Keep in mind that the above procedure is not official, and that the installation of the Flash Player entails risks (it is still a plug-in is subject to exploits and attacks), but despite this, we have not had any problems. What do you think? Have you followed the guide, or you have decided to wait, hoping that the solution paths for arrivals most “reliable”?