One solution to wrap a Flash game into an Android package is Andaired, a tool that can also sign and prepare the package for publishing to the app store.
Installing the product on the system is an easy job and no matter of the computer skills of the user. However, Adobe AIR SDK needs to be present on the computer for Andaired to fulfill its purpose.
The interface is quite simple, but before getting to work with the program you need to go through some steps that prepare the game for packaging. Andaired includes sufficient documentation for going through each stage successfully.
The product needs to be pointed to the location of Adobe AIR SDK, the Android Debug Bridge, Java runtime and the developer certificate for signing the package. These resources are essential for building the package.
In the lower part of the screen there is the configuration panel that allows you to enable building a debug and an emulator version APK. Additional choices include building the package with captive AIR runtime and enabling easy installation of the resulting Android package.
These are just the initial configuration options Andaired makes available as the application provides the possibility to generate the XML descriptor, icons, include additional files or creating a developer certificate.
Working with the program is straightforward as long as all the dependencies are available. Developers should have no trouble creating and customizing the APK files. The developer provides all the instructions required for carrying out the task without a glitch.
Andaired appears to be a nifty solution for creating the Android package for Flash games in order to install them on the mobile devices. If you have trouble with the operation the help file guides you through every step of the procedure.