Adobe not supporting Flash on Android Jelly Bean

Adobe not supporting Flash on Android Jelly Bean

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New Adobe will stop supporting Flash Player in Android from Android 4.1 onwards, with new installs of Flash on the mobile OS ceasing altogether in the near future. A company blog post has announced that there will not be a certified implementation of Flash Player on Jelly Bean; development and testing...
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