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  1. #151  

    Default Re: Flash How To: Read this before posting a new thread about Flash.

    I cannot get Facebook games to work. Any suggestions?
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  2. #152  

    Default Re: Flash How To: Read this before posting a new thread about Flash.

    So...I have followed all the instructions & Flash seems to be installed, as I could see the animation on the test page, but when I try to watch anything on Amazon Prime, I only get a black screen where the film would play. The surrounding part of the page is fine & clear, & I've tried it on both Firefox Beta & Xscope Pro. Any thoughts?
  3. #153  

    Default Re: Flash How To: Read this before posting a new thread about Flash.

    Dolphin?

    Sent from my unrooted 32 GB Polish Samsung Galaxy GT I9300 running 4.1.2.
  4. #154  

    Default Re: Flash How To: Read this before posting a new thread about Flash.

    XScope Pro sets Flash up for you. Simply beautiful.
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    sfrrr 
  5. #155  

    Default Re: Flash How To: Read this before posting a new thread about Flash.

    Apparently, Dolphin is insisting I don't have Flash installed, but the test proves I do...
  6. #156  

    Default Re: Flash How To: Read this before posting a new thread about Flash.

    Quote Originally Posted by dacubz View Post
    XScope Pro sets Flash up for you. Simply beautiful.
    So I used X scope pro for an hour. And yes, it showed videos without making a deal about downloading or seeing up flash, but I had read on their description on Google Play that it also *downloaded* videos. Never did figure out how that works. I couldn't save any videos. I uninstalled it when I couldn't figure out how to save videos or even where to start.

    Now that I think about it, the invisible flash setup was seamless. Maybe I was too hasty with the uninstall button.


    Sent from my unrooted 32 GB Polish Samsung Galaxy GT I9300 running 4.1.2.
  7. #157  

    Default Re: Flash How To: Read this before posting a new thread about Flash.

    KitKat has broken the device-based flash workaround outlined in this thread for good.
    The only solution at this point is to use Puffin Browser which renders the flash content from their servers (rather than within your device).
    Samsung Galaxy S3, Google Nexus 7, Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1
  8. #158  

    Default Re: Flash How To: Read this before posting a new thread about Flash.

    Apparently the newest version of Firefox (Version 27) returns Flash functionality for KitKat.
    You still need to have an older Flash apk on the tablet.

    Firefox Version 27 Fixes Flash For KitKat, Adds WebRTC, New Languages, UI Tweaks, And More

    Planning on testing it for myself when I get home from work today.
    Samsung Galaxy S3, Google Nexus 7, Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1
  9. #159  

    Default Re: Flash How To: Read this before posting a new thread about Flash.

    Anyone have an update for this technique? Because i have installed and uninstalled Firefox, beta, and Aurora, plus flash 11.1, and Phony plug in, at least 3x now and i keep getting the same grey box with Lego block.

    Nexus7 with 4.4.4

    I don't understand why it's so difficult to get flash in Firefox.
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