Thanks to Google and user forums, I finally discovered a work-around to the Adobe Flash Player problem on Android Tablets.
What problem? Well, Adobe stopped Flash support and development for Android devices in 2012 and I hadn’t been able to use my Tablet to view sites using Flash. The alternative was to use a laptop but that was before losing the use of my hands, of course.
Due to the Apple/Adobe fiasco, my device options seemed to be dwindling but I couldn’t believe that there wasn’t a solution. Many search strings, forum visits, and useless alternative App downloads later, I found the solution: the Dolphin browser! See blog.laptopmag.com/best-android-browser for more info. I will continue to use Chrome as a primary browser (it’s faster and I can copy-paste from WPS Office to WordPress) and only use Dolphin for sites needing Flash.
So, what will I buy when my current device contract expires in two months? Probably a Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5. Unless something better comes along by Nov/Dec…