So if you’re like me you’ve probably been upset to find out that the Kindle Fire HD doesn’t allow flash like the Kindle Fire (first gen) did. However, I have good news for you! It’s quite simple to get flash running on your Kindle Fire HD, all you have to do is follow the instructions in the video posted below:
The best way to do this is to open that video on your Kindle Fire HD and then simply click the links in the description one by one to download the software and install them in the order described in the description.
It’s as simple as that! It takes no longer than two minutes and you’ll have flash enabled browsing via the Dolphin web browser on your Kindle Fire HD!
But WHICH VERSION of flash??? … you have to choose one
I’m not sure what you mean, I just followed the instructions, didn’t choose anything.
where is the link?
All of the links are in the description on the YouTube video. View the video on YouTube and then click description and you’ll see all the links.
Is this a joke? The video is Tour of Achievement City – 2013.
What does this have to do with getting Flash on your Kindle Fire HD?
It should be the correct video, it was the last time I checked
The video should be corrected now. I guess it was linking to a spot in my YouTube favorite’s list rather than the video itself.
Where do I get the dolphin browser,I can’t find it in the app store,did they remove it from the app store?
The Dolphin Browser is not available in the Kindle app store, you have to get it from the link provided in the description of the video. (you also have to have the setting turned on which allows you to download third party software). All the instructions are in the video.