This question already has an answer here:
Well this question is actually asked multiple times here already.
but the answers are contradictory
So that's why I ask it again (maybe time changed things). Can LGPL licensed libraries be used in closed source applications on androids? Specifically, when they are linked together dynamically through .so. but inside a single apk package.
this topic explains how this is possible and what steps should be taken. However it takes for granted that users are able to repackage the apk file (and thus open up the apk file).
Then this topic simply questions the given above. And the answer is "you don't".
So what is it, can users of your program (when you give them an APK) get their own version of the library, compile it and replace that?
(PS: not sure if I should place it here or on stackoverflow, please move to best location)