In contrast with other mobile platforms , Android was mainly recognized for supporting the Adobe’s Flash platform which had opened door to many possibilities like video streaming etc, but as expected for quite some time Adobe broke all ties with mobile development sector for Android, leaving 4.1+ versions with no Flash support.
While many users are probably doing fine without the multimedia platform, many Jelly Bean users on Nexus devices still need the unprecedented power of Flash to witness desktop experience on their mobile devices (mainly for video streaming).
Fortunately enough, couple of XDA-Developers forum members have already thought about that and Jelly Bean users would be happy to know that it’s quite possible to install Flash on their mobile devices. If the Jelly Bean device features native Web Browser app (like in Galaxy Nexus) the procedure is quite simple. However on Jelly Bean devices that doesn’t feature native browser (i.e Nexus 7), users might have to do some extra steps to make this all possible.
For Nexus smartphones that features native Browser apps, headover to the recognized XDA contributor Stempox’ thread and follow the simple instructions. The same goes for those who are currently using any of the numerous custom ROMs based on JB and have a device running Android’s native Browser . Remember, Chrome isn’t a native browser so flash won’t work on it.
For Google Nexus 7 users, since the tablet doesn’t come with a native browser app, you’ll first have to download a native Web browser [Link]. After installing the browser, you would be able to normally install flash by following the instructions mentioned in the Stempox’ thread. Easy isn’t it?.