Android 4.4 KitKat has one drawback, does not allow fully enjoy web browsing. The point is that of course, it doesn’t support for flash.
It turns out that already a way to run Flash on KitKat is developed. A drawback of this solution is that it works only under the Dolphin Browser, I have not checked this personally, but I do not know if by chance also solution that does not work on Baidu Browser?
While in previous systems, to circumvent the Flash blockade was relatively easy, now things are a bit different because Google changed the system code clearing lines directly responsible for the correct handling of Flash. Of course, this situation also can be circumvented by shifting the responsibility for the correct display Flash to the server that processes and stream a ready version of the web to our phone. This approach has its limitations such as performance should not be used on a large scale.
However, if properly convert Adobe plugin itself (which was made by the XDA Developers user with the nick surviveland) it is easy to use it to correctly handle Flash in browse. The appropriate browser turns out to be the Dolphin Browser and when it comes to test it’s the only one.
And now how to install Adobe Flash Player on Android 4.4 KitKat :
- Install Dolphin Browser
- Install Dolphin Browser add-on Jetpack
- Remove the installed version of Adobe Flash
- Install a modified version of the Adobe Flash.
- In the Dolphin Browser turn on support for plug-ins. In Settings- > Content - > Flash Player and set everything according to your preferences.
Well, now we have a normal browser with full flash handling. That is exactly how it looks on your computer.