Note: Do this only if you are using the latest version of Android, i.e. 2.2 the Froyo version. The flash player won’t work with any other previous version of Android. So don’t try out any tricks to make it work.
And for the Samsung Galaxy S users, here is how you can upgrade to Froyo in Samsung Galaxy S.
One big thing to boast about, Android has got the Flash player into its devices and you can play any flash videos, any flash movies and games through the mobile devices now. And for those who have the Froyo update in their mobiles, might be already getting the taste of the flash (or you can try it out by checking m.flash.com for any example flash videos and see if they load in your mobile).
For those who couldn’t find it working, try installing the Flash player again. Here is how to install and use the Adobe Flash Player 10.1 for Samsung Galaxy S -
Download the Flash Player .apk installation file from here. (the link requires a password for you to be able to download the file. Password – androidadvices.com)
Install that flash player application in your android phone, as the screenshots below show the steps that would happen in the process. The flash player gets installed and you can check it by opening any flash site or m.flash.com just to check if any flash videos load.