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Old 11-16-2012, 12:20 AM   #1
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LXer: Google to devs: Fragmenting Android is AGAINST THE RULES

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Android developers often complain about fragmentation of the platform, and Google apparently agrees so much so that it's written an anti-fragmentation clause into the license terms of the latest Android SDK (software development kit). Under Section 3.4 of Google's new terms and conditions, "You agree that you will not take any actions that may cause or result in the fragmentation of Android, including but not limited to distributing, participating in the creation of, or promoting in any way a software development kit derived from the SDK."



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