You must have noticed that we are
unable to watch YouTube videos on
Kindle Fire (HD) and it says there is no
Adobe Flash Player installed.
Adobe has discontinued its support
for mobile platforms since August
2012. Thereby Kindle Fire 1 comes
with built-in Flash Flayer, but Kindle
Fire 2 and HD do not.
This slideshare will tell you how
to install Adobe Flash Player on
Kindle Fire, Kindle Fire 2 and
Kindle Fire HD.
For Kindle Fire 1 (released in 2011),
launch the browser, tap the options
icon at the bottom, then select
"Settings" -> "Enable Flash" -> "Always
For Kindle Fire 2 and Kindle Fire HD,
you will need to install extra apps to
achieve the goal.
Here are the apps you will need:
1. Dolphin Browser (v8.5.1).
2. Kindle Fire Flash Player.
Enable external application installation on
"Settings" -> "More" -> "Device", to turn on
"Allow Installation of Applications".
Install Dolphin Browser and Kindle Fire
Flash Player on the Kindle Fire.
Download and install Dolphin Browser app
Or input bit.ly/N0tGoL on Kindle Fire browser.
Download and install Flash Player app
Or input d-h.st/x4v on Kindle Fire browser.
Launch Dolphin Browser on the Kindle Fire
and check the results.
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