You’re sitting at your computer with your iPhone, trying to work out how to open up a new tab, or how to access your Facebook friends list.
But there’s something wrong with your browser.
You’ve got a new version of Flash installed on your device.
That means the app is installed with Flash Player.
But your browser doesn’t have Flash Player installed, so you’re left with a blank page with no text to work with.
What can you do?
First, it might help to make sure you’re running the latest version of your browser on your Mac or PC.
There are several ways to do this.
The easiest way is to download Flash Player 10.2.0, which is free to download and install.
Another method is to uninstall Flash Player from your Mac and install Flash Player 8.0.2, which removes Flash Player but leaves the installer in place.
The final method is for Mac users who want to use Flash on their PC.
Once you’re done installing Flash Player, you’ll need to open it up.
You can do this by pressing the arrow keys on your keyboard or by going to your System Preferences and choosing General.
From there, you can turn on Advanced Options.
There, you should see a section called Advanced Options in the list.
Here you can change your computer’s display resolution.
Click Advanced Options again.
Next, choose Display resolution.
Now click OK.
You’ll see a screen with options to set up your computer to run Flash, or to switch to a different display resolution when you’re ready to start writing on it.
This will open up your Flash Player window and let you set up the window.
Once Flash is set up, you’re free to use it.
If you’ve installed Flash Player on your computer, you don’t have to do anything else.
If not, you have to start from scratch to set it up for yourself.
You could use your Mac’s built-in Flash reader to get Flash installed, or you can use a third-party app.
Here’s how to do it.
First, you need to install Flash on your Apple Mac or Windows PC.
You should have Flash installed by now, if you haven’t done so already.
Open the Flash Player app.
You may need to do a few steps to make things happen.
Open Flash Player in the App Store.
The app should load in your Applications folder.
In your Applications directory, locate Flash.
If it’s not there, click it and choose it.
Flash Player should open in your web browser.
If Flash Player is not there when you start, try searching for Flash.
If you’re using a third party app, like Adobe Flash Player or Adobe Reader, try clicking the arrow buttons in the top right corner of the Flash window and selecting Tools.
In the upper right-hand corner, click File.
Select the Flash file that you want to install.
If all else fails, try restarting your Mac computer.
Flash Player should install itself, and then it will load the app in the Applications directory.
If Flash Player isn’t there when Flash starts, you may have to reinstall Flash Player again.
If everything is set right, you will be greeted with a prompt that asks you to choose whether you want Flash to run as an administrator or not.
Select Yes to run it as an admin.
You’ll then be prompted to set your password.
Enter the same password you set when you installed Flash on the computer.
Flash will be installed on the Mac and you’ll be prompted for a new password when you get back to the app.
If your browser has Flash Player and you have a blank browser window, click the arrow button in the lower right corner and choose Tools to remove Flash.
Flash won’t be installed anymore.
Open the Adobe Flash Reader app and click the toolbar icon in the upper-right corner.
Double-click the Adobe icon to open the Adobe Reader app.
In Adobe Reader’s browser window you can see Flash installed.
Click the icon in that window to switch it to Administrator Mode.
Flash’s default user account password will now be set.
Press Control-F to exit the Adobe Browser window.
You have now enabled Flash as an administrative user on your machine.
Now, go to your Flash application on your phone.
When you click the Flash icon in your app window, you are greeted with this screen.
Select an appropriate option from the list below.
For the most common choices, click Show Advanced Options to set the display resolution and enable Flash to start.
When Flash finishes downloading, you’ve completed the installation process.
Flash is now installed on every Mac and PC.
If your Flash app is not working, you might want to restart your Mac.
Flash can be a little confusing, especially if you’re new to Flash.
In this tutorial, we’ll go through how to install and use Flash in a few easy steps.
First things first: what are you supposed to do