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Yes. All you have to is just to write the last original version and give a copyright to the original author. Then under it write your name, year and copyright for the modified version. That's all you have to do. You don't have to specify files. You can even change the license for the modified version. However it all is on how you interpret the license, as I'...


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I read quite a few forum topics and mailing list (link), the general answer was that if you are using the Android SDK, and you do not have an MP3 encoder/decoder in your application, then you don't need a license for your app. The MP3 license for playing is already provided by the device manufacturer. Also, basically everywhere else than the USA, MP3 ...



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