YouTube video on flash player samsung focus

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This is compulsory to download flash player Samsung focus video. But there is still problem that video display is hidden. Why Samsung focus is missing to display video result?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #149017

YouTube video on flash player samsung focus

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Hey,

You should go to the Marketplace via phone then go to free apps then just download/install the YouTube player app. Problem solved. I think there's something in the wp7 pipe line to include a flash player. But in the mean time if your just watching videos on YouTube. The YouTube app will do for now. And you can play YouTube links if you change your settings in Internet Explorer to Mobile.

Answered By 0 points N/A #149018

YouTube video on flash player samsung focus

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Hi,

First and foremost, you should make an effort to update your windows phone by checking for available updates using you phone. Most at times such problems are usually noted by software developers and they would move to address the issues with subsequent updates.

Also Adobe wants to kill flash player and focus on HTML5.

Hope this was helpful.

Answered By 566795 points N/A #149019

YouTube video on flash player samsung focus

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Since there are different versions of Samsung Focus, I’m not sure if the one you have supports Adobe Flash Player. If you don’t see a video on YouTube or you can’t play any video on YouTube, maybe you should try installing Adobe Flash Player on your phone. Adobe Flash Player is available for download on Google Play Store before. But according to the page I read from the Adobe website, Adobe Flash Player is no longer available for download on Google Play Store.

Android users can still download Adobe Flash Player from the Archived Flash Player versions page. But to install it, you have to do it manually. Before you begin, make sure your phone is connected to the internet. On your phone, go to Settings, Security (for older Android operating systems, select Applications), select Unknown Sources, and then tap OK. Exit Settings.

After that, start the web browser on your phone. Make a search for “flash player archive page” or simply go directly to Adobe Flash Player Archive Page. On the archive page, scroll down and find Flash Player for Android Archives. From the list, pick a version of Adobe Flash Player compatible with your Android operating system. To download, simply tap on the link and it will download automatically.

Once the download is finished, close the web browser and then open the notifications. Tap on “install_flash_player.apk” to begin the installation. Tap Install when you are prompted. Tap Done once it is finished.

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