It’s not a petty request , but I think that you’re kind of stuck. The whole Android/Flash thing is a tough one to solve. Let me explain.
Flash and video
YouTube works well, but specific Android applications often run YouTube without using Flash. In fact, some websites use HTML 5 to run video without requiring Flash. Unfortunately, as you’re seeing, not all sites are doing that. They’re still using Flash, which your TV just doesn’t support.
Whether you’re watching sports or some other type of program, watching any video depends on the service, the site, and the source.
Contact the manufacturer
These days, many TVs are playing with this concept of being interconnected or connected Internet devices themselves. In many ways the technology built into your TV is in its early stages. Manufacturers are still trying to figure out what’s important and what’s not, what works and what doesn’t.
Unfortunately, I don’t have good news for you here. Your ability to view Flash video depends entirely on your TV. The best way to see if that can be made to work is to contact the television manufacturer and see what kind of solution they can offer. They may have additional resources for you.
But I’m not hopeful about that. If nothing else, contacting the manufacturer gives you the opportunity to tell them, “Here’s what I want to do, but your TV doesn’t deliver.”
Now, it is still a television set. You can still connect to cable, satellite or an antenna. I realize that’s not what you’re trying to do. You’re probably trying to stream a sports event that isn’t available on your broadcast TV channels or however you’re getting regular television.
One solution that I’ve taken is to actually dedicate a PC to the task. I have a (Windows 7) PC sitting underneath my TV. It can run Flash, a web browser, Amazon streaming, and all of those things – basically anything that you can do on a PC, I can watch on my TV because I simply use the TV as the display for that PC. All that I had to do was connect the PC up to my TV, make sure the video card on the PC was up-to-date, and have an HDMI cable to connect the TV to the PC. That works really nicely.
I just focused on letting the TV simply being a TV and leaving it at that.