Post Reply "You either have Javascript turned off or an old version of Flash Player"
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Posted 6/19/17
I keep getting that message and I'm not sure how to do get rid of it. I've tried watching anime on Chrome, Firefox, and my phones default browser but they all get the same message. Does anyone know how to fix it?

BTW my phone is a Galaxy S5 active.
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Posted 6/19/17 , edited 8/5/17
Why wouldn't you use the actual app instead of a browser?

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.crunchyroll.crunchyroid
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Posted 6/19/17
Well I just wanted to watch a few episodes of boruto so I didn't see the reason in downloading the app. but I'll download it anyway because I know I'll want to watch more in the future.
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Posted 6/20/17

ghoul549 wrote:

Well I just wanted to watch a few episodes of boruto so I didn't see the reason in downloading the app. but I'll download it anyway because I know I'll want to watch more in the future.


Android devices have stopped supporting Flash in 2010, which is why most video sites offer dedicated apps since then.
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Does anyone know how to fix for the computer version of the site? I don't want to watch on a small mobile screen but I keep getting this error. I don't want to install flash either.
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ryliaa wrote:

Does anyone know how to fix for the computer version of the site? I don't want to watch on a small mobile screen but I keep getting this error. I don't want to install flash either.


There is an HTML5 player in beta for Premium+ members, but last I heard it may not be fully functional. If you're using Chrome, Edge, or some other browsers with Flash built-in, it may be disabled by default, and can be enabled on a per site basis (from the Chrome settings; or in Edge, clicking "Get the latest Flash Player" will bring up a notification to enable Flash content).
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