It is no news again that Flash Player for mobile is being scrapped across various mobile operating systems with full HTML5 browsers taking over. For people who frequently visit websites with a lot of Flash, you will find a need to install Flash Player on your Android 5.x (Lollipop) device.
Yes, even on Lollipop, you can still visit your favorite Flash websites. First, you need to install Dolphin Browser or any other Flash Player compatible browser on your Android device.
INSTALL FLASH PLAYER ON ANDROID 5.x DEVICES
Here’s how to get Flash Player running on your Lollipop device: (Download links available below)
STEP 1: Download Dolphin browser.
STEP 2: Download Adobe Flash Player 11.1 for Android and open the .apk file
STEP 3: Enable installation from unknown sources if you have not done that before. In case it doesn’t install at the instance, try re-opening the app from the Downloads menu or use ES File Explorer and navigate into the downloads folder to find the apk file.
STEP 4: After installation. launch Dolphin Browser and navigate into settings to set Flash Player to ‘Always On”
STEP 5: Now visit your Flash enabled website(s) to verify that every thing is in order.
While this tutorial is targeted at Lollipop running devices, note that it can work fine for KitKat devices as well – all things being equal.You can also use Browsers like Firefox to access Flash content websites. Just make sure that there is a setting for enabling Flash Player somewhere in it.
If you’re having one of the newest Samsung Galaxys, HTC Ones, Nexus Devices and more, You’d actually enjoy Flash Player on Android as everything will run smooth and fast.