Then proceed normally with: I have just tried it and get this error message: adobe-flashplugin : Conflicts: flashplugin-installer Conflicts: flashplugin-installer:i386 Recommends: adobe-flash-properties-gtk (= 160407.1-0ubuntu1) but it is not going to be installed or adobe-flash-properties-kde (= 160407.1-0ubuntu1) but it is not going to be installed google-chrome-stable : Depends: libappindicator1 but it is not going to be installed E: Unmet dependencies.Try 'apt-get -f install' with no packages (or specify a solution)."And make sure that the distribution for Canonical Partners is set to your distribution (latest xenial), this is not always the case for upgraded system.From today, for some new devices, Adobe Flash Player will no longer be available from Google Play, marking the end of Flash’s brief flirtation with Android.That means if you want to get hold of Flash on an Android device that doesn't ship with it, you’ll need to resort to a little bit of trickery.Check your app drawer for “Browser” or “Internet.” Now, down to business.The process of getting Flash for Android on a device that doesn’t already have it is pretty simple.Es werden keine Pakete installiert, aktualisiert oder entfernt.
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Thanks You won't be able to install it from that site.
I believe Opera has pepper-flash built in which is a more up to date version then the one officially supported from Adobe.
When the installed version is old, it tells you what the latest version is for your browser/OS. The bad news is that it punts on the Chrome browser and IE on Windows 8.
In both cases it says that Flash should be updated automatically, so fuggedaboutit, you're fine.