With the release of Jelly Bean 4.1, Android dropped Flash player support. As a result, you won’t find Flash Player in Google’s Play Store.
Even worse, Chrome app doesn’t support Flash player at all. Luckily, this doesn’t mean you can’t install Flash player on Android 5.0 Lollipop devices. It’s actually easier to install Flash player on Lollipop than it is on Kitkat 4.4.
Here’s what you need to do.
How to enable Flash Player on Android Lollipop
1. Go to Settings > Security and enable Unknown Sources.
2. Visit the official Adobe Flash player archive, scroll down and download the recent Android Flash player version.Flash Player Archive
3. Install the Android Flash Player APK.
4. Download and install a third party browser that supports Flash Player. For this tutorial we used Dolphin.Download Dolphin
5. Tap on the Flash Player Settings icon, Choose Local Storage and select Always allow local storage. You can close it when you’re done.
6. Tap on the Dolphin icon, go to settings and enable Flash support.
7. Verify if Flash Player is working by visiting a flash-enabled website. This website will do the job.