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Learn how to watch videos and how to customize your settings for plugins like Flash.
- Install Adobe Flash player on your Android device by downloading an archived version from Archived Flash Player versions on adobe.com. See Adobe's guide to manually installing Flash for more information.
- Tap the grey box with the plugin icon as shown below to play the Flash content.
Play Flash content without tapping
Keeping your Flash set to Tap to Play is important for your security on the web because it ensures that you decide what plugins are trusted. However, you can customize Firefox for Android to enable Flash by default:
- Tap the at the bottom right on some devices or in the upper right of the browser) , then (you may need to tap first) , then . Then tap the setting and choose Enabled. button (either