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No, you may not. If you were to change the licence, that would constitute a modification. The AGPLv3 is clear about modified versions; in s5 it says that you may convey a work based on the Program, or the modifications to produce it from the Program, in the form of source code under the terms of section 4, provided that you also meet all of these ...


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Can I [show ads] or [sell my software for money]? Yes. See GPL FAQ - Does the GPL allow me to sell copies of the program for money? You can also show ads, but remember that the GPL requires you to publish source. So if a customer does not like the fact that you show ads, she is allowed to recompile your app without that feature enabled. Or she is allowed ...


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You can use any GPL-licensed software for any purpose you like - on he condition that you follow the license. This means you even have permission to use it in scams and software of dubious usage and moral standing, too. In my understanding, on Android the term "module" usually refers to what commonly is referred to as library and not just an independent ...


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