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    Default Galaxy Note 10.1 - Amazon Prime Instant Video on Android

    So for the past two days, I have been searching nonstop on how to make this happen. I downloaded flash 11.1, Dolphin browser, set the settings to enable flash and still nothing. A lot of places never mention to go into the settings of Dolphin and change the user agent to Desktop. It works!!! Hallelujah. Thanks to this guy I don't have to send my tablet back. I just thought I'd post since I didn't see much else that mentioned this step. Sorry if posted elsewhere already, I am a total newbie. How to Stream Amazon Instant Video on Android Tablets - The Digital Reader
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    Same for stock browser in desktop mode! I am so excited/ feel like such a dummy haha. Maybe other people that aren't good with computers can benefit from this like I did
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    Thank you for posting this!!!!! Seems easy to most I guess but for myself, I was frustrated and disappointed. Just gave up trying to figure it out! Now voila'! Finally, I get the scoop after a year of owning the Note 10.1

    So just remember, some of us need more instruction than others. LMAO. I am slowwwwwwwwwww.
    Happy 2014 to all!
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    Default Re: Galaxy Note 10.1 - Amazon Prime Instant Video on Android

    Same here! I only found this site by searching for this question lol. I am not techy, so I am glad that this helped someone else
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    Default Re: Galaxy Note 10.1 - Amazon Prime Instant Video on Android

    Wow. Thanks for this information. Worked perfect. Except fact cannot watch HD. oh well.
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    Hmm my hd works. But standard is better than nothing
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    Default Yes - Galaxy Note 10.1 - Amazon Prime Instant Video on Android using Firefox

    Corrected Response: The add-on is Phony (not pony - what was I typing...)

    Want to stream Amazon Prime to your Galaxy Note 10.1 2014?
    It can be done.

    Galaxy Note 10.1 2014
    Android 4.3

    Software Required
    Firefox for Android
    Phony 3.6 add-on
    Adobe Flash Player 11.1.115.81

    Installation Instructions
    Power-up Galaxy Note 10.1 and sign-in (if you protected it)

    1. Install Firefox for Androids
    a. Go to the Play Store
    b. Search for Firefox for Androids
    c. Install Firefox
    2. Phony
    Phony is an add-on that emulates a Firefox Desktop installation. When Amazon checks for browser compatibility, any Android device will fail because Amazon does not support Android O/S
    a. Open Firefox
    b. Tap the Galaxy Menu button (bottom left on the Galaxy’s frame)
    c. A dialog box will open on the lower right of the screen
    d. Select Tools
    e. Select Add-ons
    f. Locate and install Phony
    3. Configure Phony
    a. Open Firefox
    b. Tap the Galaxy Menu button (bottom left on the Galaxy’s frame)
    c. A dialog box will open on the lower right of the screen
    d. Phony will be listed on the very bottom of the list
    e. Select Phony
    f. A dialog box will appear, tap on the small arrow on the far right
    g. A list will appear, select Desktop Firefox
    h. Select OK
    4. Download Adobe Flash Player 11.1.115.81
    a. Go to the Adobe website (the link below will take you to the Adobe archive page, otherwise, go to Adobe website and do i, ii below.
    b. Archived Flash Player versions
    i. Search on Adobe Flash for Androids
    ii. The search will link to the Flash Player Archives
    c. Scroll way down the page under Flash Player archives
    d. It will be titled, “ Flash Player 11.1 for Android 4.0 (11.1.115.81)
    e. Download the Flash Player
    5. Configure Galaxy to allow non-Google App
    a. Go to Apps page (checker-board box lower right side of screen)
    b. Select Settings
    c. General tab
    d. Security (left side, scroll down)
    e. Check the box for, Unknown sources
    6. Install Adobe Flash Player
    a. Select the Samsung App (it may be under your Apps page, I moved mine to the front page as it is very useful to have handy)
    b. Select MY Files
    c. Select Download (file folder)
    d. Select the file, install_flash_player_ics.apk
    7. Configure Adobe Flash Player
    a. Locate the new Adobe Flash Player app icon (it may be on your second screen)
    b. Select the app, it open in a Firefox screen
    c. There will be two blue selection boxes
    i. The first one is titled, Load Storage
    ii. The second one is titled, Peer Assisted Networking
    d. Select the Load Storage box
    i. Select the second option, Only from sites I visit
    ii. Select the small blue back arrow (just above the selection box)
    e. Select the Peer Assisted Networking box
    i. UNCHECK, Enable peer assisted networking
    If checked, Prime will not stream to the Galaxy Note
    ii. Select the Home button on the Galaxy Note
    8. Power-down the Galaxy Note
    9. Power-up the Galaxy Note
    10. Select the Firefox app
    11. Go to Amazon.com and sign-in
    a. DO NOT USE the Amazon app icon, you must sign-in using Firefox
    12. If all went well, you should be able to stream movies!

    Remember to go back and uncheck the ‘Unknown sources’ box from step 5.
    Last edited by Get It Done; 03-06-2014 at 04:14 PM.
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    Hi, can't seem to find PONY add on for firefox. Please help. Thank you
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    I deepest apologizes, I know how frustrating this process can be! I misspelled the add-on, it should have read, Phony. I corrected my response.
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    Default Re: Galaxy Note 10.1 - Amazon Prime Instant Video on Android

    I found that if you go to the movie you want to watch, then go to your browser settings, check the box for desktop view. Then the warning about your devise is replaced by the watch nowbutton and you can now watch the movie. You must have desktop view enabled.
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    Default Re: Yes - Galaxy Note 10.1 - Amazon Prime Instant Video on Android using Firefox

    Thank you so much. My Amazon Prime membership is coming up for renewal in a couple of weeks and I was seriously considering cancelling it because I wasn't able to watch videos on my new Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition. I followed your steps exactly and now it works just fine. Thanks again.

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