Firefox for Android supports Flash - learn how to enable it
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Firefox for mobile doesn't currently support Flash. We're working on ways to deliver a great experience with plugins like Flash for future releases of Firefox for mobile.
How can I use YouTube without Flash?
One of the most popular uses of Flash is YouTube videos. There is a simple workaround that makes the YouTube experience in Firefox much better.
- To start, swipe to the left and tap the button located on the bottom, right side of the screen.
- Select the add-ons (puzzle piece) tab and scroll down to see the add-ons search bar.
- Search for phony.
- Tap to select Phony and then tap .
- Next select the preferences (sliders) tab.
- Change the User Agent setting from Default to Android (Nexus One).
Now when you visit YouTube, videos will open in the built-in Android YouTube app.
Watch your favorite videos and animated web sites with Firefox mobile by enabling Flash.
- To enable the Flash plugin, tap the hardware button.
- On the Settings screen, tap the Plugins item and choose Enabled or Tap to play.