Install Adobe Flash Player to BlackBerry

This guide will teach you how to install Adobe Flash Player to your BlackBerry 10 device so you can browse Flash sites on your phone. Flash sites are slowing disappearing but there are still plenty left and you can view them on your BlackBerry. Here’s how..

First, we will need to install Adobe Flash Player and then a compatible web browser. The default browser on the BlackBerry does not support Flash.

List of supported BlackBerry 10 devices: Q5, Z3, Leap, Classic, Passport, Q10, Z10, Z30, P9982, and P9983.



How-to Install Flash Player to BlackBerry

1. Go to Settings -> App Manager -> Installing Apps -> and turn on “Allow Apps from Other Sources to be Installed”.

2. Open a browser and download and install the Adobe Flash Player .APK here.

3. Next, we will download and install the latest version of Firefox Browser here. Firefox supports Flash.

4. Now open the Adobe Flash Player app and open in “Firefox”.



You will now be able to view Flash sites. You can test if your Flash is working by going to step #5 of the official Flash Player Support Site here.


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BlackBerry Error: “Unfortunately, Google Play Store has stopped.”

If the Google Play Store is crashing on your BlackBerry 10 device when opening the Play Store, or when downloading or updating an app, then you have come to the right place. This tutorial will show you how to get the Play Store up and running again.

If you had a working version of the Play Store installed on your BlackBerry but the app is now crashing, then you will need to install an updated, working version of the Play Store. Continue reading to fix the crashing issue. If you do not have Google Play Store installed, read our tutorial here.

List of supported BlackBerry 10 devices: Q5, Z3, Leap, Classic, Passport, Q10, Z10, Z30, P9982, and P9983.



How-to Fix Google Play Store Crashing Error for BlackBerry

1. First, uninstall the current version of Google Play Store. Touch and hold the Play Store icon and press the trash can icon to delete.

2. Now download and install the updated Play Store (build 2) .APK for the BlackBerry here.

After the new Play Store is installed, you can run it like before. It should no longer crash. Please let us know if you are still having problems in the comments below.




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