Android licensing simple example

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Android Market Licensing is a network-based service that lets an application on an Android-powered device query a trusted licensing server, to determine whether the application is licensed to the current device user. After receiving the server response, the application can then allow or disallow further use of the application as needed. In the service, the role of the licensing server is to provide the license status for the current user; the application itself is responsible for querying the server and conditionally granting access to the application.

You can find the licensing library and a cool sample application in your android-sdk folder after you download it with Android SDK and AVD manager. This tool located under Windows menu in Eclipse.

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