\r\n\r\nThose with the best Android phone will want to read this. One of the biggest \u2014 and in my opinion, the only REAL issue with owning an Android device \u2014 is the fact that Adobe Flash Player isn't standard on devices. In fact, you have to manually install Flash Player on your Android to get Flash Player to work. If you typically use your phone for navigation, you should also read about how Google maps introduces offline mode for better navigation. If you don't visit many live streaming sites or sites that use Flash, you likely won't need to bother with going through the process. If you're going to download Flash onto your phone, take a look at our guide to how to upgrade to Android 4.0. But Flash is far from dead, and you likely have visited sites on your Android device only to find out that the video you're looking for simply isn't working. Once you know how to install Flash, you'll need to know how to make your android phone into a USB drive.\r\n\r\nAlthough it doesn't work out of the box, you can download adobe flash player for Android and install it in just a few steps. I'll try to make installing Flash Player for Android as painless for you as possible. So without further ado, here is how to install the Flash plugin for Android. You might also want to learn how to install Android SNK and Android Studio.\r\n\r\nNote: This method will work with most Android smartphone\/tablet devices, including Droid Maxx, Droid Turbo, Samsung Galaxy S2, Galaxy S3, Galaxy S4, Galaxy S5, Galaxy Tabs, Galaxy Note, HTC One, LG G2, LG G3, Sony Xperia, Google Nexus and many more devices. If this method doesn't work for you (for one reason or another), head to Google and search for your device and Flash player (ex: Droid Maxx Flash Player) and you'll likely find a quick solution.\r\n\r\n \tEnsure your Android device is connected to the Internet (I recommend doing it over a Wi-Fi connection so that you don't waste your carrier's download limit).\r\n \tGo to your device's Settings menu.\r\n \tSelect Security or Security & Screen Lock (or Applications if your on an older Android OS).\r\n \tCheck the box next to Unknown Sources (allow installation of apps from unknown sources).\r\n \tTap OK to confirm.\r\n \tGo back to your Home screen.\r\n \tOpen your preferred browser (because\u00a0you intend on using Flash Player, I recommend downloading the Dolphin Browser and Dolphin Jetpack or Mozilla Firefox for watching videos).\r\n \tGoogle "flash player archive" or browse directly to\u00a0http:\/\/helpx.adobe.com\/flash-player\/kb\/archived-flash-player-versions.html\r\n \tAfter the page loads, scroll down to "Flash Player for Android archives" and select the version of Flash Player that is compatible with your Android's OS (or click from your Android\u00a0device to download Adobe Flash\u00a0Player for Android\u00a0Flash Player 11.1 for Android 4.0 (188.8.131.52)).\r\n \tTap the link to begin downloading the Flash Player installer (it will start to download automatically).\r\n \tAfter the download completes, close the browser.\r\n \tOpen your Notifications.\r\n \tTap "install_flash_player.apk"\r\n \tTap Install, then hit Done when your installation is complete.\r\n\r\nAnd that's it! See \u2014 that wasn't so bad now, was it? You now have Flash Player installed on your Android device. To view Flash videos, open Dolphin Jetpack and browse to the webpage with the Adobe Flash content you want to view \u2014 it should be working. If you already use\/prefer to use Mozilla Firefox for your mobile browsing, you'll just have to tap "Tap to load Flash Player." Unfortunately, Flash for Android\u00a0won't work with Google Chrome's mobile browser. Still, the installation process to use it otherwise is simple and quick.