[Fixed] Adobe Flash Player Is No Longer Supported Dead

Hello, guys welcome back! Here I come with another interesting topic for you. As many of you may know about the Google Chrome browser very well. Billions of people use Google Chrome for different purposes. There are multiple extensions as well as software available to make and feel a great user experience. Adobe Flash Player was one of them. Unfortunately, 5 years ago, Microsoft, along with Adobe and their industry technology partners were announced that Adobe Flash Player will no longer be supported after December 2020. And so the browser users getting an error “Adobe Flash Player is no longer supported” and I would like to say Where there is a problem, there is always a solution

Adobe flash player is dead
Millions of websites have on the Internet it may be corporate, Government or business websites. If some of the websites are depending on Flash for multimedia content, it may not be viewable by the majority of the visitors. The reason is Adobe Flash Player is dead or not installed in your browser.

People used to ask;

  • Que: What happens when Flash Player is no longer supported?
    Ans: Adobe stops supporting Flash player.
  • Que:What happens when Flash Player is no longer supported Chrome?
    Ans: Chrome doesnt comes with flash.
  • Que: What is replacing Flash Player in 2020?
    Ans: Flash emulator
  • Que: Is there a replacement for Adobe Flash Player?
    Ans: Ruffle is the best replacement for Flash for any browser.

Guess what! Here I come with the solution of Adobe Flash Player is no longer supported in your browser. Flash is officially dead, but you can still play your Flash media in Chrome. Here I compiled a step by step guide to solve flash player problem in your browser. So, let’s get started.

Fixing Adobe Flash Player Is No Longer Supported
Fixing Adobe Flash Player Is No Longer Supported
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Adobe Flash Player Is Dead – Here’s What To Do Now


Step: 1: Testing flash

Do some test
Do some test

To know whether the flash player is supported or not in your browser, you need to just check with a perticular website where flash player is used.

Go to Google Chrome, and search about “flash player test” and search this term.

In the search result, you will see the first link called: Ultrasounds

Once the site is opened you will the info with some flash. If you not able to see the flash graphics that mean, your browser is not support the flash and it will show an error “Adobe Flash Player is no longer supported” as shown in the pic.

Also there is a link to use Adobe flash. Just click on that link, you will be directed to adobe website and you will see the page mentioning

We have retired Flash.
Support for Flash ended on 31 December, 2020.

And it is the reason why you getting error “Adobe flash player is no longer supported” and you can say now Adobe Flash Player was totally dead and not working in any browser.


Step: 2: Downloading browser extension “Ruffle”

Download browser extension Ruffle
Download browser extension Ruffle

As usual, all you need to go to your Google Chrome browser just type “ruffle” and search.

After In the search result, you will see the site: Ruffle Ruffle is a Flash Player emulator built in the Rust programming language.

Just click on that link, open the website and go to the download section by scrolling down over there. Just download the browser extension as mentioned by “Chrome/Edge/Safari”. The zip file will get downloaded to your computer.


Step: 3: Installing extension file in your browser

Now, right-click on the newly downloaded zip file and extract. You can see th new extracted folder in your downloading folder.

After that, again go to your Google Chrome browser and this time you need to open the extension window. For this, you can click on the three dots in the upper right corner. Find “More tools” options and go to the “Extensions” option given there.

OR

you can directly go on the extension page with the shortcut “chrome://extensions/

Once you open your Google Chrome extension Window, you have to turn ON that “Developer Mode” opetion on the right upper side.

When you enable the “Developer Mode” option you can see the load unpacked option and with this option, you can easily choose and upload that extracted zip folder.

Select And Upload Extracted Zip Folder
Select And Upload Extracted Zip Folder

Once you select the folder and upload it, it will be installed and added to your Chrome extension list. Make sure to keep it enabled all the time.

Installed folder In Chrome Extension
Installed folder In Chrome Extension


Step: 4: Final flash player test

Re-flash player test
Re-flash player test

As I told above in the first step, you need to make a test by searching on Google.

Again, go to the same website called ultrasounds and check.

This time you will not able to see the error called “Adobe Flash Player is no longer supported“, In fact, you will see the flash animation over there as shown in the pic.

This is how you can be able to solve this Adobe Flash error by following above steps. I hope you get all the steps easyly.

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https://www.cupbord.com/2021/12/13/fixed-adobe-flash-player-is-no-longer-supported-dead/

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