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Safe Download Adobe Flash Player 10.3



I was unable to download 10.3 or any of the Flash Players. 10.1, 10.2, 11.All I get is the following:Not FoundThe requested URL /pub/flashplayer/current/licensing/win/install_flash_player_10_plugin.exe was not found on this server.




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Seems like Adobe Flash is all set to spread smiles for all the Android phone users as, Adobe unveiled an all new version of Flash Player 10.3. Last time we saw on how you can easily download and install Adobe Flash 10.2 version. The first and foremost question from you will be that what are the added benefits or the enhancements from the previous version and also the compatibility of Adobe Flash 10.3. You will be happy to hear that there are whole new set of customizations and improvements have been made in this 10.3 Android Flash Player release which are stated below.


Please notice that Flash Player 11 only supports 10.6 and newer. You can still download version 10.3 for 10.5 Intel (beware, Flash 10.3 is an archived version and is no longer supported nor updated with security fixes by Adobe).


I had Firefox 13 in with Realplayer 15 installed and working. As of 6/15/12 I had to uninstall Realplayer 15 because with it in, not a single video would play on any site using Firefox 4 thru 13. I tried all the disabling of plugins and the still not a single video would play. Some didn't even show up on the page. Youtube gave me a black video screen with an error message and said try again later. When I switched over to IE it all worked fine. I got sick of all the try this and try that crap!!!! Quit using the Microsoft style mind boggling run around solutions that never work. Straighten this out Mozilla.org or your going to loose a lot of users and I don't think that will make the advertisers happy at all. I don't care much for IE but I'm not wasting any more time. If you don't want people using Realplayer on Firefox then just admit it. 6/17/12 Update: (1) I reinstalled RealPlayer 15 (2) To get videos to play in FF13, I had to disable the download and record option in Realplayer Preferences (uncheck the "Enable Download & Recording for Web Browsers box in Realplayer Preferences) To download record in IE you have to enable it temporarily . P.I.T.A!!! because when it's enabled no .flv video's play in Firefox 4 thru 13 and the RealPlayer download and record option does not work in Firefox 4 thru 13. I haven't tried the rollback Adobe Flash player to 10.3 but I will and update the post and give the old apps Flash player links . I think Checkmate is correct, the problem is the Adobe Flash Player 11 update that fouled things up. For now I'm using YouTube Downloader Free Edition from Cnet>> -YouTube-Downloader/3000-2071_4-75219434.html?tag=mncol;7and leaving RealPlayer installed so I can retain the RealPlayer functions, files and library I have.


@grapmsx2Hi, The problem is caused by bugs in the recent Adobe Flash update to 11.3 which only cause these problems with Firefox. I agree, Firefox's troubleshooting steps are useless because even though the RealPlayer Record plugin extension apparently is the cause for some users, I've tested it with the same symptoms you're having and it's NOT the cause. And even if it were, it's not a fix or even an adequate workaround. All you have to do is revert back to the earlier version of Adobe Flash plugin 10.3 which is up to date on security ( the 11.2 has vulnerabilities). I did this before Adobe recommended it as a last resort and everything works just fine - videos play and download using Firefox. There's a link to the 10.3 on Adobe's page about this 11.3 update problem. Also, FF is either giving a pop up recommending disabling the RealPlayer Record plugin extension or disabling it automatically on an upgrade. But either way, you can re-enable it. I you can't, call RealPlayer to let them know. Firefox and Adobe's Developers are working on it.RealPlayer's recommendation is to revert back to Adobe Flash version 10.3.


@mamabrumble59 Hi Laura,Glad I could help. It's interesting that you and I had the exact same symptoms and after disabling the downloader you could watch videos again but when I disabled it it made no difference. There do seem to be multiple causes or conflicts here for different users, but all still having to do with that Adobe Flash update 11.3 - and other users, as I said are having crashes,etc. There are other, more advanced troubleshooting steps like disabling a new Protected Mode feature but that reduces security and it involves some confusing instructions to do, so it's not the best solution even though FF and Adobe mention it.But I'm really curious what you actually do to resolve this as a workaround till it's fixed - revert back to the earlier version of Adobe Flash or simply disable the downloader? Just in case you don't know, if you just disable the downloader, you can still download videos with Internet Explorer and the RealPlayer download button, because it's only in FF that the Flash update is causing problems. Here's the link to download and install the 10.3 version of Flash Player for FF. But first you need to uninstall the 11.3 version of Flash Player if it's installed, from the control panel. I'll show you how to do that but first read my next post if you need it.


Then look for the 10.3 version which is highlighted and click on it. On the page that appears, look for where it says Windows choices and click on "Flash Player 10.3 version for other browsers". With this solution, as I said, you'll be able to use the downloader with Firefox, and the 10.3 version is also up to date on security. Let me know how it went. You're getting a valuable lesson early on about how routine updates can sometimes cause ridiculous conflicts.


I do agree with everything you are saying checkmate except it is Firefox who is not disabling my realdownloader it totally no longer works. They are saying this is a security issue which is bull, real player down-loader has had this issue every time ff upgrades, why? Is it really that difficult to correspond with the add ons and extensions your company knows are popular. I just really feel that ff is turning a huge customer base against them. Chrome is nearly just as fast as ff now and internet explorer has been stepping up security issues and advertising problems.For two straight weeks ff worked better and faster then it ever had since I began using them, with my realdownloader working as well. Now they just had to upgrade and get everyone all upset because nothing works , why? Is it that hard to make upgrades optional until the plug ins work, I think not, bad business and bad customer relations. As for Thank you my friend because your instructions have me up and running for now. I have bookmarked this page and if you don't mind I would love to learn a few things from you as you instruct others, thank you Laura


I found the Old Adobe Flash Player app 10.3 link>>> -player/kb/archived-flash-player-versions.html you have to scroll down to all the older apps and select the correct one. But 1st go to Uninstall Flash Player Windows @ >>> -player/kb/uninstall-flash-player-windows.html#main_Download_the_Adobe_Flash_Player_uninstaller


First, you have to download the appropriate uninstaller for your version of macOS or Mac OS X. There are three general versions available, covering Mac OS X 10.1 to 10.3, OS X 10.4 and 10.5, and OS X 10.6 and later including macOS, so make sure to download the appropriate version for your Mac's operating system.


are you using firefox? if so the problem is not you, is adobe. I am guessing that you have an out dated version of flash player, because adobe is not supporting flash for linux after v11.2 (read here and here under linux paragraph)


One of the Galaxy Tab 10.1's claims to fame is that it comes with Adobe's Flash Player 10.3, which the iPad does not and will not support. I found that the player did well with videos and basic Flash animations, such as those that let you rotate views, open content via hotspots, and the like. Flash games worked sometimes. Other Android devices using earlier versions of Flash Player and RIM's BlackBerry PlayBook have had trouble running Flash content, but the Galaxy Tab 10.1 looks like it may break that string of Flash failure. 350c69d7ab


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