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Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Make the Browser to Load or Not the Flash on the Web

One way to do to enable you viewing flash-based website is by installing Adobe Flash Player on your Samsung Galaxy SIII. Even though nowadays Adobe Flash Player is no longer available on Google Play Store, you still be able to install it from another source. First, you need to allow your phone to install from unknown source to do so.

See also: How to Install Adobe Flash Player Application on Samsung Galaxy S3

once you've finished installing it on your phone, now you can viewing website contains with flash through the Browser apps. But, you should remember that load the flash on the web may cost you more data. Fortunately, there is an option in the stock browser apps which will allow you to make the browser to load the flash or not.

How to customize plug-ins settings on Browser apps?
Below are the complete steps to do:
  1. Open the Browser apps.
  2. Tap the Menu key then select Settings.
  3. Tap Advanced.
  4. Tap Enable plug-ins.
  5. Now you'll see three options available on pop up menu, they are:
    • Always on: choose this option to allow the browser load flash on the web.
    • On demand: choose this option if you want to decide which the flash content on the web you wish to load.
    • Off: choose this option to make the browser not to load flash on the web.
  6. Tap the required enable plug-ins option you wish to use. When the dot indicator next to the option shows green means the option is selected.
  7. Tap the Back key to return to the browser page.

By knowing how to change plug-ins settings on the Browser apps, now you can set it according to your needs. When your priority is a better experience while viewing the web then you can set it to always on, but if you have no problem to view the web without load the flash and want to save more data, then you can set it to on demand or turn it off.


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