How to install flash player windows 7 phone?

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Hello techyv,

How to install flash player windows 7 phone? I got a mobile phone with windows 7 operating system, a user friendly one. I just downloaded the flash player application in the mobile device and want to install it properly. Share with me the correct process of installation, an illustration will be much appreciated.
Expecting some help from you guys.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #166203

How to install flash player windows 7 phone?

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Hello Amanda.

Have you downloaded the adobe flash player? You can download this from  https://get.adobe.com/flashplayer/

After downloading this,open the file. A check box will appear,save that file. Then run that file on your device. Accept all the terms and conditions. It will take a few minutes to install the flash player. You will also get a manual instruction after downloading this file. When the installation is complete, switch off your phone and restart it again. Then this will be ready to use.

Note: If you are using internet explorer, then you may face some problems to install flash players.

Thank you for your question.

Answered By 0 points N/A #166204

How to install flash player windows 7 phone?

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Hi there,

Are you using internet explorer? There have been a lot of issues about flash player in internet explorer mobile on windows phone. If you want to use a flash player that works properly, you can download this flash player in this site, http://download.cnet.com/Flash-Player-Mobile/3000-2356_4-10532847.html

This one really works.

After you download it, open the file and wait for the installation process. It will give you the instruction on how to install it properly.

Answered By 590495 points N/A #316715

How to install flash player windows 7 phone?

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If you have a Windows phone, unfortunately, it’s kind of a dead end for the Adobe Flash Player. The Adobe Flash mobile support was first killed when Apple began limiting the deployment of Flash-based applications on iPhone and later on iPad.

This was first done under the auspices of enhanced security for users but obviously, its objective is to prevent developers from releasing Flash games that can be played without the user accessing the app store. In 2011, Adobe announced that Flash support for mobile devices would be withdrawn.

Though Android still supports Flash, further development on the Flash technology has been halted for anything except for Microsoft Windows and OS X for desktop computers. Though you can no longer install Flash Player on your Windows phone, you can still watch and stream Flash videos with an app like these two:

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