How To Run Adobe Flash On Your iPad Using Frash

News | Wednesday July 7 2010 10:36 AM | Comments (0) Tags: , , , , ,

1. We haven’t tried it out yet so please proceed with caution and at your own risk. Please take a backup your iPad before you proceed. You can
for instructions on how to backup your iPad.
2. You can use Spirit to
your iPad. You can follow our
, which is also applicable for iPad.
3.
Download Frash.deb
and keep it nearby.
4. Decide how you’re going to get files onto your iPad. For Mac users, it’s dead simple — just
, which will automatically pop up your iPad in the Finder’s Sharing list. Windows users can try out
to get OpenSSH installed and running and use WinSCP — it’s just as easy. Either way, the login is “root” and the password is “alpine.” Remember, you can seriously screw things up while you’re in there, so be careful!
5. Once you’ve got access to the iPad’s filesystem, navigate to /var/root/Media.
6. Once there, open Media and create a folder called “Cydia.”
7. Open the new Cydia folder and create another new folder called “AutoInstall”
8. Upload Frash to your new folder.
9. Restart your iPad a couple times.
10. You’re set! Now just navigate to a page in Safari with non-video Flash content and hit the F logo to play it.
, but Comex had mentioned that support for other devices like iPhone , iPod Touch as well as support for
is planned.
Frash currently doesn't support video currently, but Flash games and simple content works fine.
The reason @comex didn't post a guide is because it /isn't ready/ and he /didn't want to/ release it!
The Frash source is available for /developers/ to work on, not for someone to release unfinished.
Thanks /so/ much to whoever put Frash on Engadget, illegally including Adobe files and making @comex look bad.
Please don’t forget to drop us a line in the comments to let us know how it goes.

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