So you want Flash on your Google Nexus 7? In the wake of the advent of HTML5, Flash is being considered as obsolete. However, getting rid of Flash is easier said than done. No matter which browser you use or what plug-ins you install, the need for Flash inevitably springs up every now and then. Unfortunately, Flash does not come by default in the Nexus 7 tablet, however it is quite easy to install by using a simple workaround. If you want to install Flash on your Nexus 7 device, then follow the simple instructions given below.
Step 1: Head over to the Google Play store and install Mozilla Firefox.
Step 2: Once done, go to Open Settings -> Security -> and enable Unknown Sources checkbox.
Step 3: Open flashplayer-2.apk file in a browser and install the Flash 11.1 APK.
Step 4: Restart (close and open) Firefox.
Congratulations, you now have Flash installed on your Google Nexus 7. To check your Flash capabilities, simply head over to a website that has Flash videos or animation.
With the help of this method you can acquire Flash support for the installed Firefox browser. The method may also work on other browsers except Chrome. It is worth mentioning here that Flash will not be functional with the stock Google Chrome version.
You can try out this tip on Firefox and other supported browsers for the Nexus 7 tablet and find out yourself as to which browsers may be able to acquire Flash support on your Google Nexus device.
Credit: This tip was originally posted by Jeff Benjamin on the Got Nexus Blog.
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