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Android flash streaming capabilities question

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by AstTrailerParkSupervisor, Oct 6, 2016.

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    Hey all, I've been without cable for about two years which is completely fine as I can stream or find anything I want online on my pc.

    I recently shared ifirstrowus.eu with a friend so he could watch football games not being aired in his area. He is not good with computers at all and wants to watch pretty much just on his galaxy s4. I have a Note 4 that i've been working on getting info together to get it working easily for him, but still cant seem to make it easy enough that I feel he would understand it easily.

    I'm using either Dolphin Browser or Firefox on Android with Flash player
    The free Dolphin browser works pretty nicely with the site other than the fact that the built in Ad blocker triggers the website's anti blocker mechanism, blocking access until it is off. I can get it to work without the adblocker turned on, but it is a pain in the ass closing the multiple windows it opens, bypassing on page ads and finally getting to watch the game.

    Firefox works well similar to my pc using Bluhell Firewall, Ublock origin, and Disconnect add-ons. The Ublock is my preference over adblock plus as it does not trigger the turn off ad blocker message. My issue is that Firefox + Flash seems to run a bit slower than Dolphin and most times tends to freeze the flash video after a short period of time, making this method really just too much work for what you get.

    Anyone have any suggestions as to what might help? I don't want to spend cash on a bs browser to get a somewhat decent playback of what I already get for free on pc, so I'm hoping someone sees something I don't.

    Thanks!