As many of you know by now, Adobe Flash isn’t supporting Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, but there is a solution and it’s very easy. There are actually two solutions depending on which device you have. For anyone running Jelly Bean on anything other than the Nexus 7, you can simply side load the APK and enable some plugins. For those of you with the Nexus 7, you will also need to install the stock Browser since the default Browser, Chrome, doesn’t support plugins. Hit the break for all the instructions and download links.
For all NON Nexus 7 devices (as posted by XDA member stempox)
- Download Flash Player APK (version 220.127.116.11)
- Copy your files to the SD card of your Android device. (Be it tablet or smartphone, it makes no difference)
- Install it using any File Manager.
- Start the Browser
- Go into the Browser settings and uncheck the option of Flash Player (on demand or always on at your discretion)
- Finally you have the latest version of Flash also Android!
- Download this Browser from AOSP Jelly Bean Nexus S ROM
- Place the app in your /system/app folder, change the permissions from rw——- to rw-r–r–
- Important: If you see a browser provider.apk and browser provider.odex You need to rename them. You can simply throw in a 1 after the file extensions.
- Follow all the steps from the above instructions for non Nexus 7 devices to install Adobe Flash Player.
- Enjoy Flash on your Nexus 7