Modified Flash Player 10.1 Works on Not Supported Device

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Published on July 14, 2011

Flash Player Now Works on Old Phone

For everyone who can’t play flash video on their android phone, this can be an alternative solutions. Yes, now you can installing Adobe Flash Player in your device powered with ARMv6 processor, thanks for someone from Chinese who have modded the original flash player to work on middle and low end smartphone. You have to download and install it manually, because this unofficial apps will not appear on your Android Market.

You have to installed it manually, put installer file in the SDcard and install it, before do that make sure you give your phone permission to install non-market apps, go to Main Menu > Settings > Applications, and check “Unknow sources”. After install this apps you have to reboot your device first before trying to browse flash player video.
This modded-apps is from original flash player v.10 (not flash lite), and some users who have trying this apps reported that it’s working on eclair, froyo and gingerbread, and also mostly working in custom ROM, for best result try to use it on Dolphin Browser HD. If you curious if this apps work for you or not, just try install it now, no harm for your smartphone. If you get any problem just simply uninstall it again, here’s some device which reported work perfectly : LG Optimus One, Huawei u8100, Samsung Moment, Kyocera Zio M6000, HTC Aria, Zte Blade. Download here.

[Source : AndroidCampus]
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