The US government’s ruling to legalize jailbreaking gave an ultimate edge to jailbreaking technology, Jailbreakme.com sent bricks rumbling by making jailbreaking easy enough for absolutely anyone to do, a new tool called Frash has plowed down the gates by making it possible to run Flash on the iPhone.
Comex, developer of the most recent iPhone 4 jailbreak via phone’s browser, released a working version of Frash for iPhone on Sunday. After jailbreaking an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, users can install the necessary files through Cydia, then view ordinary Flash files in Safari.
As of today, Frash remains in pre-alpha stages and will only play simple animations
Apple rejected Flash on both the iPad and iPhone 4, claiming that it would diminish battery life, cause crashes, run slowly, and perpetuate a closed standard. On the other hand, Adobe has released a version of Flash that will run on most modern Android devices – though some of Jobs’ predictions have manifested as forewarned.
Frash became available for the iPad over a month ago, but the newest release is the first to support any Apple device running iOS 4.
Here’s the step by step guide from RedmondPie.Com