i have just got a new tablet pc ( gemini ) running android 4.1.1, when i log on to the bingo site and start to play bingo it say`s plugin required, i know flash player is running as it will let you play video from the same site, but when you click play bingo it opens up a new window and says plugin required, but i do not know what plugin it wants?, flash player is 126.96.36.199.11_121005 can any body help on this please. thanks gary.
Check out the KB articles below, hopefully they help you out. Reply back if you are still having problems or if this solved your issue.
hi, thanks for the reply, sorry this has not help me, i have only had this tablet for one day, i do not know the browser that is installed but it still will not work on the bingo site www.?????bingo.co.uk, i have loaded opra/firefox beta and still it says missing plug-in when you select to play 90 balls or 75 balls or any,but you can watch a video on the site, i do not know what the plug-in is that it wants??. many thanks if any body replys gary
Can you give me the specifics of the tablet you are using (i.e. - Manufacturer, Model Number, Name, etc..) ? This would help a great deal, thanks.
Post back with the details of your device
thanks> GD GEMINI JOYTAB DUO 9.7 PRO DUAL-CORE POWERHOUSE TABLET PC> MODEL GEM10313BK-16GB-1GB-BT-RKDUAL ANDROID 4.1.1 JELLY BEAN. regards gary
Gary your device is not supported for FF Mobile, Your device has a Tegra 2 platform running Android 4.0 or higher. Flash support is not enabled in Firefox for your device because the experience did not meet an acceptable standard of quality in our testing.
hi and thanks for all your help, i will stop looking for this problem now. kind regards gary
Your welcome, sorry i couldn't be of more help to you. Please select for the appropriate reply "Solved/Solution" to close out this thread. Thanks.
Mobile Firefox should work fine as it meets the requirments of a ARMv7 cpu (Tegra 2).
However ever since Android 4.1+, Flash (11.2 and newer) is not supported anymore on Android. Only way to get it is by using a old version of Flash (11.1) as part of the workaround if it worked.
However since it uses a Tegra 2 it may not likely work anyways.