Download Flash Player for Galaxy Note 8.0 GT-N5110 - Samsung Update

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adobe-flash-playerFlash Player is no longer officially supported for Android devices that use the Jelly Bean operating system. However, Adobe still has the archived files for Flash Player 11 for Ice Cream Sandwich. This version can still be installed on devices that have Jelly Bean, but not by using the official Google Play method, but by simply installing the apk file manually.

NOTE: You will have to check ‘Unknown Sources’ from Settings > Security so you can install the apk outside Google Play.

How to install Flash Player on Galaxy Note 8.0:

  • First you have to download Flash Player 11.1.115.54 from Adobe’s Download Page.
  • Then you have to place the apk on your Tablet’s memory.
  • Now simply use a file manager to access the installer and run it.

You can use Flash Player with the stock Android browser or you can install other browsers that support Flash such as Dolphin.

Tudor Graur

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