With the release of Android 4.4 Kitkat came one big problem: it once again disabled Flash and didn’t allow for an obvious way to turn it back on. Even though the internet is shifting to a Flash-free environment, there are still a whole bunch of websites that require Flash to view appropriately. In this quick guide, we’ll show you how to enable Flash on Android 4.4 Kitkat. Do note, this does not require root access. If you need to watch it, our video above will show you how!
If you want to see the original thread on XDA-Developers, you can find it here. You’ll need to take a short trip there to download the requisite file. So you should do that. What you’ll need:
A file manager because you’ll be side-loading apps. Note, since you’re downloading everything, you’ll be find all the materials in your download folder once you download them.
Okay, let’s get started.
It seems like there are a lot of steps, but it really isn’t difficult at all. It does not require root access and users at XDA report that it works on practically every device that runs Android 4.4 including devices running stock ROMs and custom ROMs. It should be noted that Flash isn’t officially supported so pages with Flash content will probably load a little slowly. The OP stated that sites like YouTube work adequately. It’s also worth mentioning that for the time being, this only works with Dolphin Browser and with no others. When or if that changes, we’ll update our guide here and let you know!
Source : AndroidAuthority