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By JackpotClavin, Recognized Developer on 25th June 2014, 02:22 PM
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What if it called not only proprietary (google source)? Should I inlclude it too?

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What if it called not only proprietary (google source)? Should I inlclude it too?

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If it mentioned a library that can be built from source, try building it from source.

If there is a linker error after building it from source, you might have to actually use the one from your /system dump

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Dang. Might decompile the apk and see if I can find any referenced libraries
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