Welcome, and congrats on the new toy! Have a look through the l links in this master help guide, it will answer many question including installing flash.
The Master Help Guide
I just got this Asus TF700 w/mobile dock a couple days ago and already am pretty impressed by it. However, there are a few things that I have thought of, which hopefully you can provide answers to. First, I have updated my tablet to the 4.1 Jelly Bean OS, but now I haven't found out how and/or where I can install Flash on it? Is there a certain browser/version of Flash that I should use?
Also, I would like to store some digital copy movies on here for trips, etc, but don't know how to do so? Any tips/tricks that you can suggest? I'm assuming that I would need some sort of BD/DVD ripping software? If so, what recommended software will do the trick? Are there any freeware/apps out there? Again, I'm a newbie to the tablet world, so step-by-step instructions, links, etc would be very helpful.
Thanks in advance!
Welcome ! Check out that guide as frenzied mentioned, as well as others you'll come across here. I have a few as well, as do most of the forum staff. This is a very active forum, I'm sure you'll enjoy visiting here.
Welcome to the forum, stlfan35. Moderator Janner has a thread about Adobe Flash [HOW TO] Get Adobe Flash Player & the best browser experience on your tablet.
To get your DVDs converted to be watched on your tablet are a couple free ones: Handbrake and Freemake. But the overwhelming choice here at Transformer forums is DVD Catalyst -. Mitch the developer is a supporting vendor here and is always here to help with any questions concerning his product. His product costs a nominal fee but is well worth it because of it's ease of use. All of the Asus Transformers (plus other devices) are supported. You just choose what you got and away you go.
And one additional tip, in the Master Help Guide mentioned by many in this thread, you will find a guide that covers the best way to handle the OTA firmware update from Android 4.0 ICS to 4.1 Jelly Bean - given the early days of your ownership, you will find it very advisable & much easier to follow that guide now, rather than later.
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+1 for dvd catalyst. We use it at home and even my hubby, who has yet to figure out how to retrieve the voicemail, has mastered it. Shhh don't tell him I dissed his technological abilities.
"I have updated my tablet to the 4.1 Jelly Bean OS, but now I haven't found out how and/or where I can install Flash on it?"
Adobe kills Flash Player for Android, focusses on HTML5 instead
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Android Flash Player RIP: How to Get it Now That it's Gone
HTML5 has won the war with Adobe Flash for mobile devices. As of today, Flash for Android devices won’t available to download anymore from the Google Play store and the company said it has stopped development of Flash for mobile devices.
Android Flash Player RIP: How to Get it Now That it's Gone | PCWorld
I have Flash working fine with Browser, Boat Browser and Firefox Beta on Android 4.2.2. I believe Dolphin has disabled flash (at least for 4.2) but you can get the Beta dolphin browser and it works, or if you root you can add it back to the stock dolphin.