Many internet users would love to play YouTube videos or any flash based websites on their Kindle Fire, but can’t do anything because the Kindle Fire 2 and Kindle Fire HD do not come with built in flash player because Adobe discontinued the support of Adobe flash and even if you are running the new Android 5.0 Lollipop you can’t have the flash player. So, what to do? If that’s the question on your mind then we have a solution for you. You can run any YouTube videos or any flash based websites on your Kindle by just following the guide below. Believe me, this will be easiest solution you ever found.
If you are a new Android user then you need to create a GMAIL account and access the Android PlayStore (Market). If you know about it already then skip this step.
Then you need to search for a browser called “Dolphin Browser” in the Market. The good thing is the browser got an update recently, and it now officially supports Adobe flash. It means you don’t need to install any other third party app to play the flash based videos or websites.
Install the new Dolphin Browser and there you have it. You have a browser which supports Flash and is one of the best third browser available for Android.
If you have any questions feel free to ask in the comments.