Adobe has confirmed that their much maligned Mobile Flash player, which has been available for Android for several years now, will indeed not be receiving an update which would allow it to support the just released Android 4.1. Adobe had announced that they were discontinuing Mobile Flash development several months ago, but had subsequently released one last update to support Android 4.0 devices.
On top of all that, Adobe has also announced that they’ll be removing Mobile Flash from the Google Play store for new devices, meaning only devices that have previously had Adobe Flash installed will be able to download a copy.
Mobile Flash has long suffered compatibility and performance issues on devices and platforms that it had supported. Apple had famously banned Adobe from shipping a version of the product for iOS due to these exact same issues.