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Adobe Flash Player not supported on my Tablet

Posted on 2014-09-12
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Onda Tablet, Model:  V975m

I want to playback TV program using the Player on the website (RTE Player)

I am told I need a more recent version of Adobe Flash Player ('A more recent version of Adobe Flash Player required to play this media')

I click on the link given to download this. However I get a message: 'Adobe Flash Player is not supported on your system'.

Is there a way around this?
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Question by:Michael Murphy
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by:rindi
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Sometimes using google chrome and it's peppermint flash player can help, but basically the flash player is only supported up to something like version 11.something on Linux and Android (security updates are still available, but not newer versions).

So if you have made sure everything is updated and it still won't work, you can sometimes look on the site of the progrm you want to playback. Some of them may have an app for android.
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by:Molnar István
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you can try the following:
1. download and install  the latest version of adobe flash player: http://www.androidpot.net/flash-player-11.1-apk-latest-free-download [flash hacked version: http://dolphin.com/lab/en]
2. download and install dolphin browser from google play
3. make sure that the flash setting in Dolphin Browser (Click Menu>Settings>Web Content>Flash Player) is enabled

[more: https://dolphinbrowser.desk.com/customer/portal/articles/1580183-in-android-4-4-how-do-i-enable-flash-player-]

hope it helps
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Merete earned 2000 total points
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Hi Michael Murphy if you like'd to try it
I posted the steps  how to for a Galaxy Samsung with the same similar problem  hereon EE and it was successful for them.
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/MultiMedia_Applications/Q_28509407.html
Install Chrome for Android then follow that youtube video
How to Get Adobe Flash Player on Any Android Device - UPDATED
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by:Michael Murphy
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Thanks will try this. Give me a few days
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by:Merete
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No worries.
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by:Michael Murphy
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It worked. Sorry for delay in getting back to you.
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by:Merete
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That's very good to hear you must be happy ;)
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