Google don’t just outright prohibit it like Apple do, but as there are so many different models, it can be a bit tricky.
So to make it easier, Ken has made this little video to show you how on the Kindle Fire HD (the best value Android Tablet) but it works similar on most (but not all!) Android tablets:
(Notice we fixed the “echo” problem with vol. 13 !)
Here are Ken’s instructions:
1.On your Fire HD go to ‘settings’-‘device’ then tick ‘allow installation of applications from unknown sources’.
2.Download and install ES File Explorer from the Google Play Store on the tablet.
3.Download Adobe Flash APK from http://download.macromedia.com/pub/fl…
When you install it,it will ask which application you want to use it with. Choose ‘zip manager’.
4.Open ES file explorer and tap the download folder.
5.Long press (press and hold) the the ‘Adobe Flash’ zip file and delete’zip’ ( without quotes) from the end of the file name and add ‘apk’ (without quotes).
6.Tap the Adobe Flash icon and tap ‘yes’ to install.
7.Go to apps store and download the free SWF Viewer pro.
8.Connect your Kindle Fire HD to your computer using the USB cable and transfer your ‘Genki English Download Pack’ to one of the folders in the ES File explorer (I used the Kindle Folder).and you’re done.
9. To use your download pack open ES File explorer navigate to the folder you downloaded to and tap any of the flash files and there you are!