Can’t get your Flash player to work on Samsung galaxy low-end phones? Here’s the way out

Submitted by shashank on February 15, 2012 - 10:18am

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You love your Android phone, whether a high-end one or a low-end one. There are many who own a low-end Android and face the problem of their Flash not working properly. So here we are to discuss about how to ease you down by coming out with a way so that your Flash works properly.
 
The problem is prominent mostly in Low-end Samsung Galaxy handsets like Galaxy Fit, Galaxy mini, Galaxy ACE and sometimes also in Samsung Galaxy Gio. So before we lay down the procedure for installation of the working Flash player, please be sure that the flash in concern is not an official one and has been released by a Third party developer. So in case a fault arises, no party is to be held responsible, although the damage is negligible if followed properly.
 
To start with it, your device must be rooted and the Root Explorer must be installed on your Samsung Galaxy device. Now download Galaxy Low End Flash Player Zip Package on your computer via your Android and then extract the same on your computer. When you get an apk file with the ‘lib.zip’ file, extract ‘lib.zip’ file too. Now connect your Android to the computer and copy the extracted files of ‘Lib.zip’ plus the flash player apk files in your phone. Then, install the Adobe Flash Player Apk in your Android.
 
You will now have to copy the ‘lib.zip’ extracted files to the path “data / data / com.adobe.flashplayer” which can be found from Root Explorer. Next, just set the permissions for all ‘.lib files’ and make sure that all the options visible are ticked. Once the procedure is done, please make ensure that you also install the ‘smart swf player’ in your Android. Now simply restart your Android and watch movies, songs with your Flash player.

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