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Want to play website videos on my Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone

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How do you play website video on Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone? Device doesn't support flash player, what options are available? Help me please! Thanks

How do you play website video on Samsung Galaxy S5 smartphone? Device doesn't support flash player, what options are available? Help me please! Thanks

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Installed Plug-ins

  • Shockwave Flash 11.1 r115

Application

  • User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Android; Mobile; rv:34.0) Gecko/34.0 Firefox/34.0

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kbrosnan
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What website? Flash works on the device.

What website? Flash works on the device.

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I'm confused, I was going to install adobe's fp and the prompt said my device (phone ) not supported. Please explain details clearly! 1 website Adult site link edited out by amoderator ~J99 would not work. Tell me what to do, please

I'm confused, I was going to install adobe's fp and the prompt said my device (phone ) not supported. Please explain details clearly! 1 website <!--called camonster.com--> <sub>Adult site link edited out by amoderator ~J99 </sub>would not work. Tell me what to do, please

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John99 971 solutions 13138 answers

Possibly FlashPlayer does not provide support for your phones Android Operating System.

Adobe's Flash Player does not fully support all systems. It is withdrawing support on Unix and only provides basic security updates and will cease all support soon. It has already ceased support on newe versions of Android.

Here's a 2012 News article onthe subject http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-19267140

There are other methods or streaming video and other ways of playing it. (Firefox is even experimenting with playing flash player content natively)


If you have problems and wish to give an example please use a suitable link. (Mods or Admins note original link only remmed out not deleted so is visible to you usingthe edit option)

Possibly FlashPlayer does not provide support for your phones Android Operating System. Adobe's Flash Player does not fully support all systems. It is withdrawing support on Unix and only provides basic security updates and will cease all support soon. It has already ceased support on newe versions of Android. Here's a 2012 News article onthe subject http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-19267140 There are other methods or streaming video and other ways of playing it. (Firefox is even experimenting with playing flash player content natively) If you have problems and wish to give an example please use a suitable link. (Mods or Admins note original link only remmed out not deleted so is visible to you usingthe edit option)