Adobe decided to kill off support for its Flash Player on Android a while back. Unfortunately, that didn't mean all Web sites you visit would start using HTML5 instead of Flash (though it would have been nice). So what can you do if some of the Web sites you want to look at are using Flash and your new Android device doesn't have support for it?
Fortunately, the last version of Adobe Flash Player that landed on the Google Play Store will work with your Jelly Bean device. However, since it's no longer available through the Play Store, you'll need to install it from a side-loaded APK. This means that someone exported their copy of Flash Player and uploaded it so you could install it manually.
In this video, Adobe engineer Dave Seropian demonstrates how to quickly and easily enable Adobe Flash Player for Android using his Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet.