The Easier Way to Install Flash on iPhone 4 and iPad

Here I found the easiest way to install Flash on your jailbroken iphone.

It’s actually the same basic scenario, just streamlined into a single Cydia package for your downloading convenience by the GermanAustrian-based Applephiles at Benm.at. According to iThinkDiff, on your jailbroken iPhone 4, 3GS, or iPad:

1. Open Cydia > Manage > Sources
2. Edit source and add http://repo.benm.at
3. Search Frash and install it.

And voila! Flash content should play to your heart’s desire (though you’ll need to tap the Flash component to get it to play). The whole thing takes just a few minutes, but won’t work on your 3G due to processor architecture incompatibility. As always, proceed with caution!

If this doesn’t work.  Don’t worry you need to follow these instructions closely.

1. Jailbreak your iPhone 4.

2. Open Cydia, and search for “ OpenSSH “.

3. Install OpenSSH app and restart your iPhone 4.

4. Connect your iPhone with the PC.

5. Do not run iTunes. Close it if it starts.

6. Download and install Cyberduck for Mac OS X and WinSCP for Windows.

7. Now enter the following details and SSH into your iPhone 4.

WinSCP :

Server: The IP address of your iPhone 4. Go to Settings –> WiFi –> <Your Network Name> to find it.
Username: root
Password: alpine
Protocol: SCP

Cyberduck :

Server: The IP address of your iPhone 4. Go to Settings –> WiFi –> <Your Network Name> to find it.
Username: root
Password: alpine
Protocol: SFTP (SSH File Transfer Protocol)

8. Download Frash-0.02.deb for iPhone 4.

9. Navigate to /var/root/Media directory and create a folder named ” Cydia ” there.

10. Inside this new folder, create another folder and name it “AutoInstall”.

11. Copy the Frash-0.02.deb file to this new folder.

12. Reboot your iPhone 4.

That’s it! Now you have flash (Frash) installed on your iPhone 4. Now go to any flash based web content in your browser and tap on the ” Flash ” text to run the flash content.

There is also another repository at http://repo.woowiz.net with Frash, but upon initiation from ipad it could not reload properly apart from getting the ‘f’ button being displayed and when being tapped/clicked it gives connection error.

This repo is essential to get ifile a useful tool to view the files inside ipad and iphone.