The Amazon Kindle Fire tablet comes with Adobe Flash integrated into the default web browser. There is no way to uninstall the actual Flash application, but you can enable, disable or enable it on demand using the plug-ins setting in the browser.
1. Open the web browser.
2. Tap the Menu button and select Settings.
3. Scroll down and tap the Enable plug-ins option.
4. Set the setting to Always on to have Flash elements always load when available on a web page. Select Off to disable Flash. Choose On demand if you want to choose the Flash elements that load individually.
When you select On demand, Flash and plug-in elements will appear with an downward pointing arrow icon. You can tap this icon to load elements on the page that require Flash or a plug-in to function.
Note: This tutorial was written for the original Kindle Fire. The newer versions don’t have this setting. Since I don’t own a newer Kindle Fire, I’m curious if installing the Flash APK file will do the trick. Maybe somebody can try it and let me know if it works in the comments section.
Last modified January 7, 2013