Originally Posted by geekmaster
What did I say that was "not correct"? The Google Play store will not let you install flash on a Nexus 7. And I did mention a "hackish workaround" (side-loading). What I said was correct.
I side-loaded flash per xda-developers instructions shortly after I posted that message a couple of weeks ago. This works for some things, but others still say I need to install flash. At least it is better than it was. I can even play youtube videos inside chrome.
It will not let you install the latest flash though in any normal way. The flash installer reports "unsupported device". How did you accomplish it? You did, right? Or are you saying others are wrong without actually having done it yourself?
Yes, I have
done this. There is nothing "hackish" about side-loading an app. Using this method to install Flash 11.1 and Dolphin Browser HD v8.5.1 work. I can access all my Flash sites including streaming Amazon VOD.