“I would like to install Flash Player in Galaxy Note 2, but I couldn’t find it anywhere in the Google Play store. I could do this in my previous Android device, but now, it seems that the app is missing.”
As mentioned in our previous article titled, “Samsung Galaxy Note 2 Flash Player Problem“, Flash Player is no longer offered in Google Play store. However, there’s still a way to avail the app through the archives of Adobe.
Installing Flash Player in Galaxy Note 2
Here’s how you can manually install Flash Player in Galaxy Note 2:
1. Connect your Samsung device to the Internet.
2. Access Settings.
3. Choose Security.
4. Select Unknown Sources and hit OK when prompted. This will let you install apps from third-party providers outside Google Play store.
5. Exit the Settings configuration.
6. Open the browser of your device.
7. Using your search engine, type the keywords “flash player archive page” into the search bar. Alternatively, you can just go straight to the Adobe Flash Player archive if you know the exact link.
8. In the archives, look for the Flash Player for Android.
9. Choose the installer that corresponds to your operating system version.
10. Tap the link to start the automatic download of the installer.
11. Close your browser when the download is finished.
12. Go to Notifications.
13. From there, look for the file called, “install_flash_player.apk“.
14. Confirm your action when asked.
15. Tap done once the installation process has been completed.
That’s it, you can now use Flash Player in Galaxy Note 2.
Possible Bugs After Android 4.0 OS
We want to remind people who want to download Flash Player that possible bugs might occur with devices running above Android 4.0.
For more questions about the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 or other Android devices, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.