If you are an android user, then be ready for a fact that you will not be able to Adobe Flash for your Android 4.1 phone after 15th August 2012. On 28th June 2012, Adobe finally announced that there program “Flash Mobile version” will be not be used on Android 4.1, and so one will not be able to find that program at Google Play store as well.
So by then, you can enjoy installing and using the Flash on your new Nexus 7 tablet and your Android smartphones, but after 15th August, if there will be any issue, you will have to handle it yourself. There will be no support by the Adobe.
Adbobe has already informed in the month of November that they will not be facilitating for certification of mobile Flash for new devices, but they will keep on supporting for the certified devices running Flash on supported operating systems for all bug-fixes from the forum of Google Play. All those Android devices which will move to Android 4.1 may get an upgrade for Flash, it is advised by the Adobe that all those people who will move to new version (4.1) should avoid using Flash plugin to prevent instability concerns. For those who insist on tempting fate, Flash can still be downloaded from Adobe’s archive page, but updates will not be available through Google Play.
Adobe is more concern and putting efforts towards HTML5 development and making a group of native apps with the help of Adobe AIR platform, but it’s not like that Flash is checking out from all tablets at the moment: if I am wrong here then it will be part of Internet Explorer in Windows 8 and, Windows RT, but for the Metro environment Flash will be running/working on the websites which is under the whitelist of Microsoft.